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Thursday, March 5, 2009


129th Year 32nd Issue 50 CENTS


Noteworthy


Join VFW for
chili and dogs
VFW Post 1016 of Starke invites
veterans in the area to its monthly chili
and hot dog night, where the food is free
and the conversation is free flowing. It
will take place at the post home tonight,
Thursday, March 5, at 6 p.m.
The VFW post home is located at
250 N. Bay St. in Starke.



BCFCC presents
free acting
workshop
A free acting workshop is being
offered Saturday evening, March 14,
with actor Tory Kittles, whose credits
include "House," "CSI New York,"
"Get Rich or Die Tryin'," "Tigerland"
and others.
The workshop is for those 13 years
of age and older and space is limited.
Please sign up by calling (904) 964-
5088.



Planned electric
outage
March 15
SThere will be a planned electric
outage in the city of Starke on Sunday,
March 15, from 1-5 p.m. The outage
will cover all of Reno, all of St. Clair
Street, S.R. 16 from Water Street to
Faxon Lane, all of Faxon Lane Crum
Court, and T.H.E Apartments.
Residents affected will have flyers
hand delivered to their homes.
The outage is being carried out to
convert to the affected are to its own
circuit, sepaiate from the Wilson Road
circuit it is no\% on. I his will aid the
city in diagnosing problems with the
system when they occur.
For more information, contact city
hall at (904) 964-5027.




Alpha Nu
Educational
Scholarship
The scholarship committee of the
Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gama
will be offering two $500 scholarships
to two Bradford or Union count) female
;graduates and/or residents.
The purpose of the scholarship is to
encourage and enable college students
to obtain, a degree ,in the field of
education.
Applicants must.be.enrolled full time
at an accredited college or university and
be accepted into an education program
to continue for the bachelor's or master's
degree in the field of education.
Application packets are 'available
from Iva Jean Harrell at (904) 964-
6186, Sallye Scoggins at (352) 468-1212
or (352) 468-1459, Deanna Coleman.at
(904) 966-6007. All application packets
must returned to oni of the above
individuals by April 15.



Musicfest will
raise money
for memorial
"Red Dog Musicfest 2009 sponsored
by Hampton Veterans Memorial Fund
and Red Dog Saloon will take place
Friday and Saturday, March 27-28.
Two days of music, food and fun at
the saloon on U.S. 301 South will help
raise money for the veterans memorial
to be placed in Santa Fe Cemetery.
More than 20 bands have already
signed up in support of the event.
For more information, please call
(352) 215-9217.


Arsonist wanted more drugs


A Bradford County man is accused
of burning the trailer he and others
occupied
Olan W. Jones, 52, was arrested by
the state Bureau of Fire and Arson
Investigations and the Bradford County
Sheriff's Office and was charged with
arson of an occupied dwelling. Charges
are being prosecuted by the Bradford
County State Attorney's Office.
Jones is currently being held in'the
Bradford County Jail on $700,000
bond. If convicted ot the charges, he
faces up to 25 years in prison.
SThefireoccurred in theearly morning
hours on Feb. 25 at 13200 SW 167h St.
in Bradford County. The fire burned
a doublewide mobile home that was
occupied by seven other individuals,


including five children ranging from 2
to 10 years old.
BFAI Detectives J. Baker and Andy
Redding responded to the scene along
with Chief Investigator Keoin Mueller
of the Bradford County Sheriff's
Office. Accelerant Detection Canifie
"Molly" quickly aerted investigators to
the presence of an accelerant located in
the master bathroom of the home where
the fire was determined to have been.
intentionally started.
Upon establishing probable cause, the
suspect Jones, as taken into custody.
at the scene and transported to the
sheriff's office for further questioning.
Post-Miranda, the suspect admitted
to intentionally starting the fire in the
master bathroom. The suspect advised


that his motive for setting the fire was
to fraudulently obtain prescription
drugs by reporting to his physician that
his medications had been destroyed by
fire.
The Bureau of Fire and Arson
Investigations is a law enforcement
branch of the Division of State, Fire
Marshal that assists other state and
local fire and law enforcement agencies
in the investigation of fires of suspicious
origin. Anyone withinformation about
arson or any suspicious incident of fire
is asked to call toll-free (877) 662-7766
(1-877-NO-ARSON). Rewards are
offered for information leading to an
arrest and conviction.


Olan W. Jones


Utility outrage boils over at Starke meeting


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


Residents on fixed incomes, some
forced to choose between paying their
*bills and buying food or medicine, were
-among the many angry customers who
filled S'tarke City Hall Tuesday night to
complain:about electric bills that had
Jumped sometimes hundreds of dollars
in a month's time.
Unfortunately, by the end of the dis-
cussion, there were still lingering ques-
tions about what the city of Starke and
its power provider, the Florida Munici-
pal .Power Agency, could do, and resi-
dents had no guarantee that any relief
would be forthcoming.
The discussion delved into recent de-
velopments affecting power costs but
also dug deeper into the history and re-
quirements of the city's power contract
with FMPA.
Rich Popp works for FMPA in con-
tract compliance and risk management
and was invited by the city to try 'to:
explain the.spike residents had seen
in their January bills. Electric cost
has three components: fuel, demand
and transmission. Less demand means
there's been less revenue to cover FM-


PA's fixed costs, and the
additional burden has ,
been passed on to cus- -
tomers.Theagenc\ also
incurred an unforeseen
and punitive bill of *f
$6 million from -bi'l
Florida Power
and Light tha
it has had to
pay for the /-.
unsched-
uled use of
its lines.
As for
fuel, the
agency's nat-
ural gas
hedging
program
locked in
a price for
fuel that
helped 'it
avoid high
*market-L.
prices. Now that the market price has
come down however, FMPA is paying
more than market price for fuel andc
will until its purchasing agreement is
fulfilled.


Popp also held the city's and FMPA's
overlapping billing cycles to blame
, for the cit\ experiencing cost spike
t hat should have been spread over
\ o months. As a result, howev-
er. he said March bills should
come down because
of this. Revenue
recovery is also
expected to in-
crease, eas-
/. ing some
Sof the cost
Burden.
.. The agen-
and FMPA is arguing the billcy is also
pursuing rem-
S edy for its
. $6 million
SFresponsPL bill.
/ .hePopp said
third party
coordi-
nates trans-
mission for
the agency
and FMPA is arguing the bill is their
responsibility. If it recovers its money,
he said members would be reimbursed
Each member city's share is based on
the amount of electricity it purchases.


Starke purchases about 5 percent
of FMPA's load, Popp said, so its
customers have to pay for $300,000 of
that bill over a four-month period.
Customers present were outraged to
hear that and so were commissioners,
who were the first to voice their anger.
Commissioner Carolyn Spooner said
FMPA's member cities had nothing to
do with incurring that debt and it wasn't
fair for FMPA to pass that cost on.
"FMPA has enough money to take
care of its own," she said, although
Popp pointed out that the cities created
the policy that the agency would only
have 60 days worth of reserve cash on
hand to deal with such occurrences.
Commissioner Travis Woods said
the city was in the same position. If
customers cannot afford to pay their
bills then the city cannot pay FMPA, he
said.
, Holding her own aunt's bill up as an
example, Spooner said the people of
Starke couldn't afford to pay electric
bills that double from one month to the
next.
Speaking about the hedging program,
Mayor Wilbur Waters said citizens are

See BILLS page 12A


County approves

impact fee moratorium

Tax incentives could also be offered to businesses


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The county commission has approved
a 365-day moratorium on the collection
of impact fees.
County impact fees amount to $550
for a new single-family home, and
commercial impact fees are based on the
square footage of the new construction.
Tom Tatum of Tatum Brothers
Lumber in Lawtey spoke in favor of the
6rdinance,.although he said it would have
little effect on his businesses since most
of his wood is exported. Nevertheless,
he asked the commission to approve
the impact fee moratorium, saying that
waiving fees on new construction could
set off a chain reaction and.help a lot of
laborers and retailers indirectly.
Tom Smith of Smith Brothers Body
Shop said the moratorium could open
up opportunities and encourage people
to come to Bradford County to build.
"Who wants to walk into the
courthouse to get them a building permit
and the first thing that's slammed on
them is so much per square foot just
to be able to get your building permit,"
Smith said.
While Smith talked of "abolishing"
impact fees, the ordinance approved
by the commission does not do away
with them entirely. The ordinance only
waives collection of those fees over the
next year.
The ordinance was made retroactive
to Jan. 1, 2009, and the finance
department was asked to issue a refund
to anyone who had paid impact fees
since that time. It was acknowledged
that few permits have been issued since


the flrst of the year because most people
have been advised of the possibility that
a moratorium on impact feeswould be
approved of the board.
Construction related to permits
,pulled during the moratorium need to
be commenced within 180 days of the
issuance of the permit or be subject to
paying impactfees when the moratorium
is lifted.
Commissioner Eddie Lewis made the
motion, and Chairman Doyle Thomas
had to pass the gavel in order to offer
a second. Commissioner John Wayne
Hersey declared a conflict of interest
and did not vote. The ordinance passed
4-0..
While the county commissioners
have recognized that a waiver of the
city of Starke's more substantial impact
fees could have a greater impact on new
development, they are not in a position
to intervene and the city has not made a
move to approve its own moratorium.
The city's impact fees on a new home
amount to more than $3,000.
County commissioners have also
expressed an interest in offering
property tax incentives to new or
expanding industries.
In other business:
The commission approved an
ordinance rezoning about 20 acres
at the Keystone Heights Airpark for
commercial use. The rezoning along
with a new access road are part of an
effort between the county, Keystone
Heights and the airpark to locate a new
commercial and industrial park there.
SA new subdivision plat was approved
behind Harvey's in Keystone Heights.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Representatives from Starke
firefighters union met with the city's
bargaining team last Wednesday in
attorney Terry Brown's office, and
while there was no agreement, both
sides are still talking.
The city commission wants the
firefighters to switch from the current
work schedule (24 hours on, 48. hours
off) to a 40-hour workweek with no
guaranteed overtime. In return, each
firefighter would-receive a $4 an hour
pay raise.
According to Brown, the city could
accommodate this within the existing
budget and continue to man the station
24/7, utilizing more part time help.
It's an offer that seemed preposterous
to the firefighters. Not only would they
be losing money by working fewer hours,
they said there's no. way the city can
staff the department with part-timers.
It's impossible to get anyone who will
work part time now, they said.
SGary Wise said the city would have
to hire additional firefighters to meet
the new schedule, paying for additional
salaries and benefits,
Firefighter Greg Starling said almost
everyone on the part-time list already
has a full-time job elsewhere, and the
city wouldn't be able to get them to
come work an eight-hour shift.
Brown said that would change when
the pay rate rose $4 an hour. The
schedule would be the same as when
the city operated its power plant 24/7,
although there were only two men on
each shift. The fire department requires
four.
According to Brown, the city's
proposal addresses the firefighters


concerns that they may make a lot of
money but have to work many additional
hours to make that money.
Wise said there's been no complaint
about the number of hours worked.
There is a problem with cutting the pay
of all but four of the city's firefighters,'
which he said would happen if the city
cuts the number of hours worked.
Not only that, Starling said, but
working eight hours a day, five days a
week makes it harder to work a second
job, something many are able to do
under the current schedule.
"So all the city's offering us is even
more of a loss than we already have,"
said Starling.
Firefighters have pointed, out that
they work more hours than other city
employees, but make less per hour.
Brown said the hourly rate isn't a fair
way to compare firefighters to other
employees since other employees aren't
guaranteed overtime or additional
money.
"You're only working one out of
three days and most of you all have
other jobs," Brown said, adding the
city's proposal was a way of putting
firefighters and other employees on the
same playing field.
Brown says someofthe firefighters are
among the city's best-paid employees,
a fact the firefighters don't deny. But
they say the issue is about undoing
years of being swept aside and bringing
departmental pay-including beginning
pay-to meet what firefighters in other
departments are being paid.
The last contract signed with the
firefighters was 2000-2001. They
say missed deadlines, revolving city
managers and competing priorities are

See FIRE page 12A


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Starke and firefighters


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Policy approved on building permit extensions


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The Bradford County
Commission recently established
a new policy that gives the county
manager the authority to offer
leniency when a permit holder
fails to request an extension.
The policy sets the re-permit
fee at $50 but also gives the
manager the authority to waive
the fee, even retroactively.
The policy regarding building
permits applications and
extensions reads as follows. The
policy also applies to permits
for electric, plumbing and
mechanical work.
"The following is the policy
of Bradford County concerning
the time limits for construction
after a building permit is issued
by the Bradford County Building
and Zoning Department. This
policy applies to building
permits issued for properties
within unincorporated Bradford
County as well as for properties
within municipalities for which
the Bradford County Building'
Department is responsible for
issuing building permits.
"1. Florida Building Code
Section 104.5, Conditions of the
Permit, states that every permit
issued shall become invalid unless
the work authorized by such


permit is commenced within six
months after its issuance, or if the
work authorized by such permit
is suspended or abandoned for
a period of six months after the
time the work is commenced.
"2. Work shall be considered
to be in active progress when the
permit has received an improved
inspection within six months
from issuance of permit and an
extension will be given for an
additional six months from each
inspection.
"3. If no inspection is requested
and given within three months
of the issuance of a building
permit or three months from a
prior inspection by the building
department, then the building
department may allow up to four
extensions of three months each,
provided that the contractor
contacts the building department
by telephone or by U.S. Mail to
request the extension prior to the
expiration date of the current
permit.
"4. If a building permit expires
and no extension has been
requested and granted, then
the contractor will be required
to reapply for the building,
electrical, mechanical, and
plumbing permits that ,were
issued prior to the expiration.
The contractor will be charged a
re-permit fee of $50 per permit.


"5.The county manager, upon a
showing of good cause, may wave
the reapplication fee described
above or otherwise reimburse
any such fees previously paid."
Commissioner John Wayne
Hersey objected to the final
provision, saying he didn't
want to put the county manager
in the position. If there are
reimbursements to be made,
those requests should come to
the board since the board sets the
fees in the first place.
Commissioner Ross Chandler
agreed with that but also wanted
a recommendation to come from
the staff in building and zoning
so the board has a complete
picture of the circumstances
surrounding the request.
Chairman Doyle Thomas said
staff was involved in craftiiig the
policy, and said there should be
someone to intercede between
staff and the applicant. County
Manager Brad Carter said staff
recommended most of the policy,
but he added number five so there
would be a third party to decide
-if there was disagreement staff
and the applicant about issuance
of a reimbursement.
Thomas said it was an issue
of better serving the public, but
Chandler said the members of
the public need to be treated
fairly but there is also a matter of


balance.that has to be maintained
between deference for the public
and for those who work in
building and zoning every day.
Carter said he wasn't being
critical but most of the public
complaints he receives originate
in building and zoning because
that's the nature of the work. A
lot of discretion is given to the
building and zoning staff and
the only avenue of appeal usually
has to do with fees. While he said
he had no issue brining those
cases to the board, he said he
wasn't sure the board wanted to
get involved in every case where
an individual felt they had been
treated unfairly.
Attorney Terry Brown said
it was a matter of whether the
commission wanted the county
manager form of government in
,which authority was delegated
to the manager to handle day-to-
day matters or the commission
wanted to get involved in those
matters. Allowing the manager to
do that job keeps commissioners
from being approached to
intervene and takes the politics
out of things, Brown said.
Carter said in doing his job, he
would consult with building and
zoning staff and approach the
board for guidance when needed.
He said while staff may be right
that policy requires an applicant


to get a new permit when their
prior permit has expired, the
intent of the board seems to be to
give every break possible during
this time, Carter said.
Commissioner Lila Sellars.,
said Carter needed to be given
the opportunity to direct his
employees and make the bpst
decision for the employees !of
Bradford County.
The policy, approved
unanimously, is not retroactive,
although Carter can grant
retroactive relief.

More funding

sought for
senior center
The board approved a letter
of intent to move forward with
planning a new senior citizens
center behind the health
department.
The county has been awarded
a $500,000 grant from the state
for the center, and the advisory.
board is working in conjunction
with the county clerk's office
in 'seeking additional funding.
The estimated construction cost
is $1.4 million, according to
John Cooper, who continues to
champion the project even after
retiring from the commission.


There is, however, a USDA 'grant
available and there could be
additional grant money coming
from the state.
The county hopes the center
.will also serve as a special needs
shelterduringemergency weather
conditions.
The letter will let the state
know the county plans to proceed
with the center, Cooper said; and
clear the way for the architect to
begin working on construction
documents.
The commission did have
questions about future funding,
including funds for the continuing
operation of the center, but
Cooper said he and the advisory
board members understood the
county's financial position. He
made it clear that the letter of
intent was another step forward,.
but the county would not actually
be obligating itself to build the
center until it lets a contract for
its construction.
The county is also seeking
grant funds from USDA for two
rescue vehicles, five sheriff's
office vehicles, and funds for a
fires station in Sampson City and
a rescue station on the southern
end of the county.
T


Landfill audit clean, despite overpayments to counties


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The New River Solid Waste
Association received a clean
audit for Fiscal Year 2008.
.. However, Laura Douglas of
DDF CPA Group did discuss
overpayments made to the
.commissions in Bradford and
Union counties for the return of
surcharge funds approved by the
association board.
According to the association's
executive director, Darrel 1
O'Neal,,the overpayments were
made for materials on which a
surcharge was not applied.
The landfill charges for most
waste brought to the latrhl .
but there are some items, like
clean yard waste or concrete, that
there is no charge for because
it is material staff can utilize.
Sometimes the board will also
waive fees for certain debris,
such as from an uninsured home
that burned.
Since no money was collected
for tons of such waste taken to the
landfill, the counties should not
have received surcharge refunds
but they did because there was
no separate record kept for no-
charge disposals.
',Basically, New River was
losing money over that," Douglas
said, although she couldn't say


what sort of dollar amount was
involved..
These overpayments have
been overlooked by' staff and
past audits. -New auditing rules
required more internal control
testing this year, and that
uncovered the overpayments.
Douglas said it's been going on
for a while, but she doesn't think
it was intentional. The current
system doesn't generate reports
for no-charge disposals..
Software upgrades at the
landfill should help track
variances in surcharge
applications. In the meantime,
multiple staff members will
calculate fees due prior to
, i aing surcharges, and staff has,,
recommended- thgt, surcharges
be issued only after counties
complete billing reviews and
make necessary adjustments.
The .differing ways in which
the county's pay for solid waste
mean that Baker is not reimbursed
for surcharges the way Bradford
and Union are, so there were
no overpayments made to that
county.
For Fiscal Year 2008, the
association's net assets total
almost $30 million, about half
which are unrestricted and can be
used to meet ongoing obligations.
Around $7.2 million in cash and
investmentsissetasideforJandfill


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closure. Net assets increased
by $2.4 million (income) in the
fiscal year, which ran from Oct.
1, 2007 through Sept. 30, 2008.
The 2008 increase was around
$47,000 less than the prior year,
which landfill staff attributed to
increased operational costs. Still,
the landfill made a good deal
more money than it spent during
the fiscal year.
"There's nothing bad to say
about your financial statements.
They're in excellent shape,"
Douglas said. /
The association paid off more
than $231,000 in equipment lease
obligations, and now has no debt
in that regard.
,,The asppjation ,has, had!
200,000 ca~o n credits verified
that are available for sale on the
Chicago Carbon Exchange. The
current market value is less than
$2 per credit, but the association
and engineers at Jones Edmunds
and Associates are also pursuing
verification of these credits
through a California market
where credits are trading at a
higher rate.
These credits were earned for
burning off landfill gas instead


of releasing it into the atmosphere
prior to being required to do so
by state regulations. The landfill
is pursuing other options for
generating revenue by capturing
this gas and using it as green
energy for the generation of
electricity or cleaning it and
transmitting it as natural gas. The
association is also considering
compressing the collected gts
for use as fuel for transportation,
although outside funding would
be needed to fund construction
of an on-site fueling station
that would serve local county
needs as well as local 'trucking
companies.
Expanding the landfill gas
collection-- system. through
all of the ,disppoal cells will
maximize generation of carbon
credits an energy production.
The association has begun the
engineering and permitting
process for a sixth cell, and staff
is also working with engineers
on the second landfill phase,
which will be constructed on
the 300 acres acquired from the
state in 2002. This will require
the construction of additional
infrastructure, 'including


roads, bridges and storm water more than 40 other institutions,
systems. acquiring certificates of deposits
A separateauditwa'sperformed up to $250,000 each that would
for the escrow deposit account be insured through FDIC.
for long-term closure costs. The The-board has since realized
landfill board is required 'to that while its deposits would
make deposits into this account be insured up to that amount,
based on the current estimated that does not include protection
closure costs,calculated annually for. interest earned above that
by the landfill engineer. Deposit-'amount. As the CDs mature,
amounts are determined by O'Neal said they would be
dividing the closure cost estimate reinvested in smaller amounts
by the number of active years left .would allow interest earnings
in the landfill. (These figures to fall within the $250,000
evolve along with disposal rates, .insurance guarantee.
landfill capacity, et6.) The previous escrow account
The association board investment in debt obligations
deposited $900,000 into the that were not insured by the
escrow account for closure in government formed the basis of
Fiscal Year7 2008. That. was. theonlyfindingofnoncompliance
actually $375,893 more than theto i 1e;. audit..St4ptpu qires
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10 competing in Strawberry Pageant this Saturday


The 47th annual Bradford-Union Strawberry Pageant, with
its "Opening Night" Broadway theme, will be held on Saturday,
March 7, at the Bradford High School Auditorium. The pageant
will begin at 7 p.m.; doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
Admission is $7 for adults (ages 11 and up) and $5 for
children (ages 3-10).


Last year, this pageant awarded young ladies in Bradford
and Union counties more than $4,500 in scholarships and
awards.
There are seven young ladies competing for Strawberry
Princess and three ladies vying for the title of Strawberry
Queen.


Brittany Cooper is the reigning Miss Bradford-Union
Strawberry Queen, and Abbie Clark is the Miss Bradlford-
Union Strawberry Princess.
The junior titleholders will also be saying their farewells at
the pageant: Tiny Miss Kylee Davis, Little Miss Jaelyn Jackson,
Petite Miss Emma Theus and Junior Miss Autumn Rodgers.


Chelsea Ruby
Parents: Joe and Kelly Ruby of
Worthington Springs
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Kaylyn Beck
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strawberry
auction next
weekend
You are invited to the Bradford
County 4-H Foundation's yearly
strawberry auction on March 14.
The strawberries auctioned off.
are locally produced by Bradford
County growers. 4-H is grateful
for the support shown by the
local strawberry growers who
donate flats of berries to the
auction each year.
This year's auction 'will take
place in the live stock arena at
the Bradford County Fairgrounds
at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 14.
A strawberry cake reception will
precede the event at 5:30.
This is the only strawberry
auction that will be held this
year, although a new event has
been added for the following


Saturday.
On Saturday, March 21,at 12'15
p.m., a, strawberry pie contest
and pie auction will be held at
the pavilion on .the midway. The
pie judging competition is open
to any youth from 5-18 years old
who are residents of Bradford
or Union counties. Whole pies
will be auctioned after the
competition around 12:45 p.m.
by the youth who competed in
the judging competition.
Money raised through the
strawberry auction and pie
auction help support the Bradford
4-H Foundation Scholarship
Program and program activities.
If you are not on the strawberry
auction mailing list and would
like to be added please contact
the Bradford County Extension
Office at (904) 966-6224.
4-H is open to. all youth ages
5-18 regardless of sex, race, color,
disability, religion or national
origin. It is the youth development
organization of the University of


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St. William Catholic ( church
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Cross followeI d h\ Mass during
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c\cning at 7 p.m. St Williamn
Church is located on Satsumu St.
in Keystone Heights.
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
Church choirs \\ill he celebrati ne
their annivcersal Frida\. March 6
at 7:30 p.m., and \Lout are in iited
to join the celebration
Westside Baptist Church of
Gainesville, located at 10000
W. Nes berr Rd., \\ill host The
Kingdom Heirs, one of Southern
gospel music's top male quartets.
on Thursday March 5, at 7 p.m.
The benefit concert is heing held
to raise money for miissionarN
work in Nicaragua. ITickets $10
and ima\ be purchased at the door.
For large group orders, please
contact Ken 'Parrish at (352) 317-
4039 or I 'Ih, 496-3629.
River of Life Church of God in
Starke \\ill host the World Day
of Prayer sen ice-a program m
held in 170 countries and regions
\whose prayers follow tlhe sun
across the globe-on IFrida\.
March 6. at l1 a.m. The seni ice
is sponsored b\ churchh Women
Ilniited and Cfeat ures Ipr1I lers
written n h\ the \\omlen of PapaIl
Nes\\ Gu inca for families in need
worldw\\ide. A co\ ered dish lunch
w\\ill folIlo\ the scr\ ice.
Johnstown Baptist Church.
locatp'd on Northeast S.R. 121
in Lake Butler, will hold a
homecoming celebration and
re\ ival March 7-11. On Saturday.
March 7. at 6 p.m.. a gospel sing
\\ ill take place. The homecoming
celebration Sunda\. March 8. at
10:30 a.m. \\ill he follo\\ed by
dinner on the grounds. Weeknight
services begin at 7 pm. For more
information, contact Pastor T'iim
Ellison at (386) 496-2772.
New Covenant Baptist
Ministries, \\ill host its seventh
church anni\ersar\ March 8 at
11 a.m. \itih guest speaker Elder
('urtis RuiSe. pastor of Faith
Temple COG(lC in Sanderson.
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this service. The Re\. George
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charge ol the 3:3u ip.in. sen ice.
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service \\ill be at 11 a.m., and
the March 22 deacons ordination
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JROTC makes history,


moves on to state


BY KATI TEDDER
Telegraph Staff Writer


The Bradford High School
JROTC finished up its season
with a remarkable performance,
in the Regional Drill Meet at
Raines High School on Jan. 31
and qualified for state at George
Jenkins High School in Lakeland
this Saturday, March 7.
At the Regional Drill Meet,
Bradford made competition
history by taking home more
trophies in more categories than
has ever been received by a single


Amy Austin


school in the program's history.
Out of 20 area JRO1TC
programs, Bradford JROTC
earned the following: first
placein the female individual
exhibition performed by Am\
Austin; second place in the male
individual exhibition by. Adam
Farlow: third place in the male
mix dual exhibition in which
Austin and Farlow\ participated
together; third place in the female
color guard ma'e up of Austin,
Dena Leziak, Da\n Bogard and
Learm Erdman: second place in
the male color guard of Farlow.


Dylan Shupe. Michael Ricks and
Houston McClain: and second
place in the male mix squad
unarmed competition consisting
of Alyssa Cline, Austin, Bogard.
Leziak. Zachary Adkins.
Matthew Haddock. Erdman and
Shupe.
Lt. Col. Da\ id King is
extremely proud of the \\ay the
JROTC has performed this cear.
"Just qualify\ ing for state is
tough": said King. "These kids
hase done a remarkable job and
it just sho\\ s ho\\ hard thie'\e
worked."


Zachary Adkins


Cattlemen's
Association
meeting
next week
The University of Florida IFAS
Bradford and Union County
Extension Offices in conjunction
with the Bradford-Union
Cattlemen's Association will
hold a beef cattle management
and fertilization workshop at 7
p.m. on March 12 at the Lake
Butler Community Center.
This .program will provide a
practical perspective on body
condition scoring and evaluation
of cattle along with part two of
the two part fertilization series.
The complete agenda is available
at bradford.ifas.ufl.edu.
Those requiring special
accommodations should contact
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First Christian Church of
Lake Butler, 155 NW First St.,
\\ill host a concert feat urin g New
Creation of Florida Christian
collegee on Tuesday, March 10, at
7 p.m. F\er\one is welcome to
attend this night of inspirational
music. TIhe church \\ill begin
a series of classes "Parenting-
The Earl\ Years" on March
25 at 7 p.m. and continue each
Wednesday for a total of six
classes. Call the church office
at (386) 496-3956 to register for
this free informative class.

St. Anne's Episcopal Church
in Keystone Heights \will host
a series of Lenten soup suppers
in the parish hall on Magnolia
Avenue Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
Fresh Start Fellowship holds
its annual perlo dinner from 4-7
p.m. on Friday, March 13. Fresh
Start is located at 7191 S.R.
21. north of Keystone Heights.
Please call (352) 473-6550 for
further information.
Keystone United Methodist
Church is holding a silent
auction of theme baskets from
5 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday,
March I1. KUMC is located on
\\est of Keystone Heights on


S.R. 21, near the .Watson Center
Please call (352) 475-5216 fbf
further information.
Crossroads to Victory Church-
ofRaiford swill hold a yard sale'tdi
benefit the church building fund
Saturday. March 15, beginning:at
8a.m.
First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights, 550 E.
Walker Drive, is celebrating i?
601h homecoming Sunday, Marcl(
15, at 10:30 a.m. with guest
speaker David Drake, directorDf:
missions for Northeast Florida
Baptist Association. Dinner oQ
the grounds will follow, and
Drake will speak at that night
revival service at 6 p.m. Revivs
will continue through Wednesday
at 6:30 p.m.
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BRADFORD
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2009-DR-91
DAVID T. ALVAREZ,
Petitioner,
Vs.
ROSETTA M. ALVAREZ,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO:' ROSETTA M. ALVAREZ
728 N. Oakwood St.
G'iffith, IN 46319
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
DAVID T. ALVAREZ, whose address
is 6484 NW CR 229-A, Starke, FL
32091 on or before March 12, 2009,
and file the original with the clerk
of this Court at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091, before
service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office,
You may review these documents
Upbn request.
YOu must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family Law Form
1.2.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit
:will be mailed to the address on
-record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclosure
of documents and information. Failure
to comply can result in sanctions,
.including dismissal or striking of
'pleadings.
sDated February 9, 2009.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Robin Gay
Deputy Clerk
2/12 4tpd3/05-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SBRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-DR-502
IN THE INTEREST OF:
;J.M., DOB: 12/23/05,
:a minor child.
SSUMMONS AND NOTICE OF
ACTION BY PUBLICATION
:THE STATE OF FLORIDA
:TO: Belinda Burch-
Mark Helmbrecht a/k/a Mark James
Helm
S;Address Unknown
'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
;Petition has been filed in the above-
:styled Court by Debra and Armondo
iCordone for termination of parental
rightss and permanent commitment
:for subsequent adoption of the above
;named child, J.M., whose date of
birth is December 23, 2005. You are
;hereby commanded to appear before
:the Honorable Phyllis Rosier,. at the
.Bradford County, Co.uqrhqoue, Rootn
i243; Second Floor, Juvenile. Division,
e945 N. Templefn-AVenUe` Starke,
FFlorida 32091 at the hour.of 10:00
;a.m. on Wednesday, April .15, 200,
A.D. You must appear at the hearing
,on the date and time specified.
FAILURETOPERSONALLYAPPEAR
iAT THIS ADVISORY HEARING
;CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO
iTHE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
'.BIGHTS TO THIS CHILD.. IF YOU
FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE
.,AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THIS
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION
._ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE.
zWITNESS my hand as clerk of said
-Court and the Seal thereof, this 13"h
,,day of February, 2009.
:INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
needing a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding should
contact Kristine Velez, as soon as
possible (352) 337-6277, or if hearing
Impaired 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
S: RAY NORMAN
E MClerk of the Circuit Court
SBy: P. Halterman
=r :. Deputy Clerk
:Gertrude I. Kehn
Florida Bar No. 0870234
Attorney for Debra and Armondo
Cordone
'Post Office Box 381985
Jacksonville, FL 32238-1985
Telephone (904) 573-5814
2/19 4tchg 3/13-BCT

PUBLIC MEETING
regarding Lincoln City Recreation
Park. A public meeting to discuss the
proposed Lincoln City Recreation
Park is scheduled for Wednesday,
March 18, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. a the
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church,
14815 SE 44'h Ave. (Steel Mill Road),
Starke, FL. For information, call 966-
6339.
2/19 4tchg 3/1 2-BCT

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The School Board of Bradford
County, FL will hold a public hearing
at the March 9", 2009 Board Meeting,
6:30 PM., in the Board Room at 501
West Washington Street Starke,
FL 32091, to obtain public input,
on a proposed amendment to the
Student Code of Conduct, to allow
for the implementation of Teen Court.
Immediatelyfollowingthe first hearing,
a second hearing will convene on a
proposed School Board Policy on the
Education of Homeless Children.
2/19 3tchg 3/05-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION


CASE NO: 04-2008-CP-118
In Re: The Estate of
RONALD PHILIP DAVIS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
RONALD PHILIP DAVIS, deceased,
whose date of death was April 26,
2008, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of Decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against Decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with


this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of Decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED.TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
rlftice is February 26, 2009.
Signed this 30 h day of January 2009.
THERESA KATZ
5290 S.W. 4'" Court
Plantation, Florida 33317
Petitioner
Respectfully submitted
JOHN LYON BROLING
Florida Bar Number 0096059
BROWN & BROLING
Post Office Box 40
Starke, Florida 32091
Voice: 904-964-8272
Fax: 904-964-3796
2/26 2tchg 3/05-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-0071
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES E. JOHNSON; BETTY
L. JOHNSON; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated Feb. 11, 2009,
entered' in Civil Case No. 04-2008-
CA-0071 of the Circuit Court of the
8'1 Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford
County, Starke, Florida, I will sell
to the highest and best -bidder for
cash 'in the lobby at the Bradford
County Courthouse, located at 945
North. Temple Avenue in Starke,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 11"'
day of March, 2009 the following
described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to-wit: A
PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN LOTS
5 AND 6,, BLOCK 8 OF TEMPLE'S
ADDITION TO STARKE, AS PER
PLAT RECORDED IN DEED BOOK
G, PAGES 304 AND 305 OF THE
, PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A N IRON PIPE
FOUND AT THE NW CORNER OF
SAID BLOCK IB AND, RUN S 17
DEG -'30MIfNUTES O-SECONDS
E, ALONG THE W'LY BOUNDARY
THEREOF (ALSO BEING THE E'LY
BOUNDARY OF THE ROW OF
WALNUT STREET), 61.00 FEET TO
A DRILL HOLE SET IN CONCRETE;
THENCE S 72 DEG 24 MINUTES 09
SECONDS E, PARALLEL'WITH THE
N'LY BOUNDARY OF SAID BLOCK
8, A DISTANCE OF 63.96 FEET TO
A SET IRON ROD FOR'THE POB
THUS DESCRIBED CONTINUE S
72 DEG 24 MINUTES 09 SECONDS
E, PARALLEL WITH THE SAID N'LY
BOUNDARY, 63.96 FEET TO AN
IRON PIPE FOUND ON THE W'LY
BOUNDARY OF THE ROW OF
THOMPSON STREET; THENCE S
17 DEG 24 MINUTES 58 SECONDS
W, ALONG THE W'LY BOUNDARY
OF SAID THOMPSON STREET,
69.34 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE N 72 DEG 24 MINUTES
09 SECONDS W, PARALLEL WITH
SAID N'LY BOUNDARY, 64.01 FEET
TO A SET IRON ROD, THENCE N 17
DEG 27 MINUTES 31 SECONDS E,
69.34 FEET TO THE POB.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owners as of the
date of the lis pendes, must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 12th day of February,
2009.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: L. Brannon
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing.
a special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION
at the Bradford County Courthouse
at (904) 966-6280, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
2/26 2tchg 3/05-BCT

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
T & M Towing gives Notice of Lien
and Intent to Sell these vehicles on
March 9, 2009, at 2:00 p.m. at T & M
Towing yard, 1451 Hayes St.,*Starke,
FL 32091. T & M Towing reserves the
right tO accept or reject any and/or all
bids.
92 Honda.1HGCB7650NA160286
01 Dodge 1B4HS28N31 F554170
2/26 2tchg. 3/05-BCT

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN


that proposed ordinance, which.
title hereinafter appears, ,will be
considered for enactment by the
Board of County Commissioners of
Bradford County, Florida at a public
hearing on Thursday, March 19, 2009,
at 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, at the County
Commission Meeting Room in the
North Annex of the Bradford County
Courthouse, located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. At
the date, time and place first above
mentioned, all interested persons may
appear and be heard with respect to
the proposed ordinances.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
AMENDING ARTICLE VII OF THE
BRADFORD COUNTY CODE OF
ORDINANCES BY AMENDING
SECTION 14-181 AND CREATING
SECTION 14-218; PROVIDING
FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF


MOBILE HOME INSTALLERS BY
BRADFORD COUNTY; PROVIDING
FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL
ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT
WITH THIS ARTICLE; PROVIDING
DIRECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the public hearing, they will need
a record of the proceedings and,
for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and .evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
based.
3/05 Itchg-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO: 04-2009-CA-24
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC
f/k/a GREENPOINT CREDIT, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LEE ANN KIGHT; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF LEE ANN KIGHT;
BILLANDERSON; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF BILL ANDERSON;
CITIBANK (SOUTH DAKOTA),
N.A.; JOHN DOE and JANE DOE,
Unknown Tenant(s),
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BILL ANDERSON
3365 NW 182nd Street
Starke, FL 32091
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for Mortgage Foreclosure, Damages
and to Reestablish Lost or Destroyed
Documents has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any,
to:
Sean V. Donnelly, Esq.
3708 W. Euclid Avenue
Tampa, FL 33629
on or before 30 days before the first
date of publication and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on'plaintiff(s) attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
The property proceeded against is
described as follows:
The South 262.38 feet of the East /2
of the NW 1/4 of the NE of the NE
T/4 of Section 16, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida, less the East 166.02 feet
thereof and less and except any part
lyingin graded county road along the
Southern Boundary thereof.
Together with that certain
manufactured home more specifically
described as:
2002, Fleetwood (32x52) with Serial
Number GAFL175A/B73184CD21.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on Feb. 19, 2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: L. Brannen
Deputy Clerk
3/05 2chg-3/12-BCT
EARLY LEARNING COALITION
(ELC) OF CLAY,.NASSAU,
BAKER AND BRADFORD'
COUNTIES
Invitation to Negotiate
The ELC of Clay, Nassau, Baker and
Bradford Counties seeks Service
Providers to provide services in one
or more of four areas:
1. School Readiness, including
Eligibility Determination and Provider
Reimbursement, Parent and Child
Services, and Provider Development,
Support and Training;
2. Inclusion Services
3. Child Care Resources and
Referral
4. Voluntary Prekindergarten,
including Eligibility Determination
and Provider Reimbursement, Parent
and Child Services, and Provider
Development, Support and Training.
The ELC encourages proposals for
each individual component, or for a
combination of components.
Copies of the Invitation to Negotiate
for service provision are available at:
www.elcofcnbb.org; at 1845. Town
Center Blvd., Suite 150, Orange
Park, FL 32003; or by calling Steve
Mountain at 904-213-3999.
3/05 ltchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles


on 03/30/2009, 10:00 a.m. at 1853b
US Hwy 301 N., Starke, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC.
reserves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
1B3ES56C95D173418 2005 Dodge
1G4HR53L4NH543271 1992 Buick
1LNBP96F4FY633160 1985 Lincoln
KNDJD733255387717 2005 KIA
LWOXCGLP640018806 2004
Kazuma
3/05 Itchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
FloridaWorks will hold a Board
Member Orientation on Friday, March
6" at 12:00 noon at FloridaWorks
One Stop Career Center, 4800 S.W.
13' Street, Gainesville, FL. Contact
Celia Chapman at 352-244-5148 with
questions.
3/05 Itchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The High Skills/High Wages
Committee of FloridaWorks will hold
a meeting on Tuesday, March 10"' at
1:00 p.m. at FloridaWorks One Stop,
4800 SW 13"' Street, Gainesville, FL.
Contact Celia Chapman, 352-244-
5148.
3/05 Itchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Stacey
Green
Last Known Address of:
22611 NW SR 16
Starke, FL 32091
You are hereby notified that your
eligibility to vote is in question. You are
required to contact the Supervisor of
Elections, in Starke, Florida, no later
than thirty (30) days after the date of
this publishing. Failure to respond will
result in a determination of ineligibility
by the Supervisor and your name will
be removed from the statewide voter
registration program.
Terry L. Vaughan.
Bradford County Supervisor of
Elections
P.O. Box 58
945 N. Temple Ave., Suite C
Starke,'FL 32091
3/05 1tchg-BCT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Project #2009.003
"RED LIGHT RUNNING
CAMERA ENFORCEMENT
SYSTEM"
The City of Starke is requesting
qualified proposals for the
administration and servicing of a red
light camera program. This system
should combine vehicle detection
and digital imaging technology with
a complete turnkey program for
supplying, installing, and maintaining
the cameras, including a back office
violation processing service.
The original proposal and six (6)
copies must be submitted to the City
Clerk in a sealed envelope clearly
marked: Proposal for Red Light
Camera Enforcement by 11:00 a.m.,"
on March 12, 2009 at the following
address:
Linda Johns, City Clerk
City of Starke
P.O. Drawer C
209 N. Thompson St.
Starke, FL 32091
For more information in regards to
the systems abilities and to read the
.proposal it can be found on the City of
Starke's website www.cityofstarke.org
or you can contact the City of Starke
City Clerk's Office at 904-964-5027:
3/05 Itchg-BCT


LAKE REGiON'"
NOTICE OF MEETINGS
HERITAGE COMMISSION
CITY OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
The Heritage Commission Committee
will hold a meeting on Tuesday,
March 10, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. The
meeting will be held at City Hall, 555
S. Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights,
Florida 32656. Please call 352-473-
4807 for more information.
Each person who decides to appeal
any action taken at these meetings
is advised that person will need a
record of the proceedings and that
accordingly, the person may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, including the
testimony and evidence upon which
such appeal is to be based.
3/05 Itchg-LRM
NOTICE OF MEETING
There will be a Board of County
Commissioner Economic
Development ,Workshop on Tuesday,
March 17, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. in the
BCC Meeting Room, fourth floor of the
Clay County Administration Building,
477 Houston Street, Green Cove
Springs, Florida, 32043. All interested
persons are invited to attend.
In accordance with the Americans
With Disabilities Act, any person


needing a special accommodation 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
to participate in this matter should UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
contact the Clay County ADA CASE NO. 63-08-CA-0092
Coordinator by mail at Post Office AMTRUSTBANK,
Box 1366, Green Cove Springs, Plaintiff,
Florida 32043, or by telephone at vs.
number (904) 269-6376, no later than JOSHUA P. THOMPSON, et al.,
three (3) days prior to the meeting Defendant(s).
for which this notice hap been given. NOTICE OF SALE
Hearing impaired persons can access NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
the foregoing telephone number by to the Final Judgment entered in this
contacting the Florida Relay Service case now pending in said Court, the
at 1-800-955-8770 (Voice) or 1-800- style of which is indicated above.
955-8771 (TDD). I will sell to the highest and best
Board of County Commissioners bidder for cash at the Union County
Clay County, Florida Courthouse at 55 West Main Street,
3/05 itchg-LRM Lake Butler, Florida 32054, on the 26"
day of March, 2009, at 11:00 a.m., the
following described property as set
UNION forth in said Order of Final Judgment,
to-wit:
NOTICE OF ENATMNT Commence at NW corner of SE '/ of
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF NE Section 18, Township 5-South,
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY Range 21 East, and run South 315 feet
COMMISSIONERS OF to Point of Beginning; thence run East
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA 210 feet, thence run South 160 feet,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thence run West 210 feet; thence run
an ordinance, which title hereinafter North 160 feet to Point of Beginning,
an ordinancppears will be considereinad foter except right of way of State Road S-229
appears will be considered for on the West side thereof and subject to
enactment .by the Board of County Ditch Easement for said road.
Commissioners of Union County, REVISED LEGALDESCRIPTION:
Florida, at a public hearing on March A parcel of land lying in the SE 1/ of
16, 2009 at 6:45 p.m., or as soon NA p and run South 86 degrees, 42
thereafter as the matter can be heard, NE and run South 86 degrees, 11.79
in the Board of County Commissioners minutes and 44 seconds West, 11.79
intheBoardofCountyCommissioners feet to the centerline of County Road
Meeting Room, County Courthouse 229 (formerly.State Road S-229);
located at 55 West Main Street, 229 (formerly Stae Road S-229);
Lake Butler, Florida. A copy of said thence North 00 degrees, 01 minutes
ordiace a e i y and 05 seconds East, along said
ordinance may be inspected by any centerline, 85.83 feet to Station 142-
member of the public at the Office of centerline 8 oint of intention)
the Board' of County Commissioners, 13.22 (centerline point of intersection)
located at 15 Northeast First Street as perepartment of Transportation
ocated at d wor thoreast pFrstS reetto th .to .a p.ctonse 9 50;
'Lake Butler, Florida, during regular Rightn of Way Map, Section gEs 51+1
business hours. On the date, time thence South 00 degrees, 01 minutes
and place first above mention and 05 seconds West, along said
all interns m a a centerline, 315.16 feet to a set p.k. nail
all interested persons .may appear thence North 89 degrees 48




TEXT.AND FUTURE LAND USE 229 for theoint of Beginning. From
PLAN MAP OF THE UNION Point of Beginning thus described,
a NTY MP I continue North 89 degrees, 48 minutes
PAUNDER TO AMPRLMENTS and 23 seconds East, 172.21 feet to
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH' #2457; thence South degreese. 50
RIDOR TATT. minutes and 03 seconds East, 160.00
aae163.321 5,. R SAT feet to a set iron rod; thence South 89
AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TOdeHTes tesFandURT oH
AN APPLICATION, CPA 08-1, BY degrees 48 minutes and 23 seconds
ANE ROERT ON IN West, 174.59 feet to an iron rod set
SPON TV BFr RTIONS, on the aforesaid Easterly boundary;
TO AND E MUE' PUBLC FA T of the rightof wayof said CountyRoad
TEXTRAND FUTURE LAND USE D MUS LEE AH EWITHIN 60








RECOSNTAY ON R E, HE D ctheine North 0 degrees, 01 minutes
COMMENTS REPORT PREPARED and 05 seconds East, 17221 feet tosaid

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY Point of Beginning.
AFFAIRS, DATED AUGUST 4, 2008; The above described parcel being the,
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING A saMlafond a int3 coened in decrtion
PORTION OF POLIY 12 TO of Oficial records Book Pag16
ADD POLICY 1.2.2(a) WHICH 2A5N0S. ON 1LAMING ler
PROVIDMESRU FOR '2FMAXIUM ANY PERS L N A
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AND SERVICES AT THE ADOPTEDIONS on te aread Eaery b ar
REC OMM F NDA VIIOS, AND thence North 00 degrees, 01 minutes
COMMENTS REPORT PREPARED aERED at Uniseconds East, long said,
PROPERTKNOWNASTHE IUNION thiEasterly boudarch, 2009 o
COUNTY RP a of ParriB
PROVINDUSTRIAL PARK; BY AMENDING s ee iecriti
A PORTION OF POLICY IV2.1 facial Records Book 93 PageCourt
AND POLICY IV5.1 OF THE I Un on County
SANITARY SEWER, SOLID WASTE,AsN C eptyl e N r
DRAINAGE, POTABLE WATER AXIM
AND NATURAL GROUNDWATER 3/05 2tchg 3/12-UCT
AQUIFER RECHARGE ELEMENT PUBIN THE SURPLUSINGFROM
OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN The Board of County Commissioners,
TO SPECIAL CONDITIONS WHICH IS THE SALE, IF ANYlorida, willOTHER THAN
SANITARY SEWER AND PORTABLE H at .maswe
STANDARDS; AND AMENDING the Regular Board Meeting to follow at
THE FUTURES LAND USE PLAN 7:00 p.m. on March 16, 2009, at the
MSUJEC TO THE' AVAsLAILIT Union County Courthouse, 55 West
THE DATE OF.THE LIS PENDENS















PLAN SEBY CHANGING THE FUADOPTURE Main Street Room 101 Lake Butler
LAND UPROP E CLASSIFICATION loRDERED a t Union County, Florida,
CROM A CULTR2 ( S dy o Michelle Thurma2 Secetary
THAN OR EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING R. ina Parrisht
SANITARY SEWER SOLID WASTE By: Crystal Norman











UNIT PER 20 ACRES) AND Lk e Butler, FL 35
AGRICULTURE-3 (LESS THAN (36i9-21/a 4964
OR EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT Ea3 : 6)496-4241/Fax496-4810
PER 10 ACRES) TO INDUSTRIAL 3/05 2tchg 3/12-UCT
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN 3/05 2tchg 3/12-UCT
THE,; UNINCORPORATED AFIEA
OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; u a
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCESIN L arwtey rec a
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATECOMPREHENSIVE Union County Courthouse, 55 West
This public hearing may be continued- plans yar
to oe or more future Room 101 Lake Butler,
interested party shall be advised sale, needs
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of this public hearing donations
shall: be announced during this da.
public hearing and that no further The Lawtey Recreation
notices regarding this matter will be Department will be having a city
AGRICpublished. (LESS THAN Lake Butler, FL 32054
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decide to appeal any decisions made the events sponsored by the
at this public hearing mathey be continuedcreation department.
to ore ord of the future dates. Any saledneeds




for such purpose, they may need to Donations of items are being
ensure that a verbatim record of the requested for sale. If youdhave
includesthe datetimony and place itemsof any li t donate,
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Page 6A TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION March 5, 2009


ABOVE: This is'the LDS group who volunteered to clean up
the city of Lake Butler. LEFT: The northwest group at work.
LEFT, BELOW: These boys had the dirty job of cleaning up
around the lake area.


LDS youth help


beautify Lake Butler


On Feb. 28, more than 70 youth
--.. .and church leaders from The
~Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints (LDS) spent their
Saturday morning doing their part
. Youth between the ages of 12-
.,, 18 came from LDS congregations
in not only Lake Butler, but also
V..,from Starke, Branford, Lake City,
S .... Macclenny and Live Oak and
S..... could be found walking through
neighborhoods picking up trash.
Lake Butler City Manager John
Berchtold welcomed the group
at the Union County Historical
,.Museum on Main Street before
H- they set out to clean up the city.
. Organized' into five groups, the
youth cleaned up Lakeside Park
and neighborhoods in the northeast,
S, southeast, southwest and northwest
"areas of the city.
S When asked why she came to
helpJordan Hand 16,of Macclenny
said: "It makes me feel good to
help people. It's just the right thing
to do."
Bishop Scott Hinson who leads
the LDS Church in Macclenny, said


Local family raises funds for Webcams


projects like this help young people
to understand the need to help
others. "When we are in the service
of our fellow man, we are only in
the service of our God," he said.
Numerous bags of trash were
collected from around the city
and hauled by pickup trucks to a
large dumpster at Lakeside Park.
Old tires and broken television
sets were disposed of along with
numerous paper items and bottles.
One young man even.found a $10
bill lying in a ditch.
Berchtold said,;."The youth did a
great job last Saturday. They did a
citywide blitz including wading in
the lake to collect plastics, bottles
and'cans."
In fact,'one youth volunteer was
surprised how much trash there
was especially since, the city just
picked up a few days before.
"We thank the youth and their
church leaders for ajob well done,"
Berchtold said.
At the end up the clean up, the
group had a picnic at the park
before heading home.

Set clocks
forward 1 hour on
March 8.


LBMS

teams off

to good

start
LBMS 2, Ft. White 0
In a well-pitched season
opener game for both teams.
Lake Butler Middle School
(LBMS) defeated Ft. White 2-0
on Feb. 18.
Troy Kite and Dalton
Southerland combined for a
one hitter to lead LBMS 'Kite
pitched four innings, giving
up three walks and the lone
hit, while striking out five
batters. Southerland pitched
the last three innings, giving up
one walk and striking out six
batters.
Devin Boone led the way at
the plate going 2-for-3 with an
RBI. Southerland, Dylan Allen
and Cole Kite each went 1-
for-3.
LBMS 11, BMS 1
On Feb. 24, LBMS used a
good night at the plate to defeat
Bradford Middle School 11-1.
Troy Kite led the way going
3-4 with a home run, three
RBI and two runs. Allen scored
a home run for LBMS, had
two RBI and scored twice.
Southerland went 2-2 with an
RBI, two walks and two scoring
runs. Cole Kite went 1-1 with a
double, had an RBI and walked
twice. Garrett Hersey went 1-1,
scoring twice with two walks.
Dustin Hersey went 1-3 with
an RBI.
LBMS 14, Williston 3
With timely hitting and good
pitching, LBMS swept by
Williston Middle School 14-3
in a double header on Feb. 27.
During the first game, Boone
led the way going 3-3, scoring
three runs and two RBI. Allen
and Southerland helped by
going 2-3 and 2-4, respectively.
Colton McAlister, Troy Kite
and Garrett Hersey each gained
two RBI. Dustin Hersey pitched
three solid innings, giving up
three runs on three hits, five
walks and three strike outs.
LBMS 10, Williston 5
In gametwo,LBMSoutscored
See TEAMS, p. 8A


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


Imaginewhatitwould meanto
a father serving in Afghani'an
.[o' i hble' t witness' the bi'ih,
of his child back in the states
via a Webcam. Think of what
it would mean to a parent to
be able to see his or her child
for the first time in more than
a year by using a computer.
That would be enough to make
anyone appreciate technology.
Webcams are used much like
a video camera, only the output
can be viewed live over an
Internet network.
Unfortunately, so many
American troops in Afghanistan
miss not only their child's
birth, but birthdays, graduation
or numerous other special
occasions.
Some soldiers are fortunate
enough to be able to use
internet caf6s offering Internet
access to utilize such services
as Webcams, Facebook,
MySpace or some other web-
based community, however,
internet cafds are not always
in a location safe for American
troops, and are relatively
expensive to use, the waits are
long and family time is short.
Lisa Hancock of Lake Butler
is the sister of Brian Grider,
a 2004 graduate of Bradford
High School, who is serving in.
the 717 Taskforce Pathfinders
Special Operations Unit in
Afghanistan. Hancock, along
with other loved ones of
members of the 717 Pathfinders,
have established Operation
Enduring Freedom: Keeping
in Touch, to give troops an
open line of communication
back home through the use of
Webcams and the Internet.
The 717 Pathfinders Unit
conducted the Jan. 17 rescue
of a CH-47 helicopter that
made a crash landing in
Afghanistan where one U.S.
soldier was killed. Small arms
fire was involved and the 717
Pathfinders were not only there
to protect American lives, but
also to protect the helicopter
and its sensitive information
from reaching enemy hands.
"When the incident first
took place," Hancock said,
"we were called and told my
brother was involved in the
crash and that one soldier was
killed, but they couldn't give us
any other information. Can you
imagine? It wasn't until two
days later we were notified he
was actually part of the rescue
and was safe."
The 717 Pathfinders Unit is a
group of 22 brave soldiers who
carry out rescues on helicopters
in Afghanistan that have been
shot down or that make an


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landing. The\
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sniper and counter-
sniper operations
as well as direct
action. No doubt
that by the end .
of the day. these
soldiers u would
look forward to
talking to and
seeing the familiar
faces of their lo\ ed
ones.
"Seven of these Brian
men are fathers,
or about to be
fathers," Hancock said. "They
have moms, dads, wives and
children waiting for them here
in the U.S., anticipating every
time they are able to make a
short phone call home. The
only way these fathers can see
their newborns or share in the
growing stages of their children
is through the use of an Internet
Webcam."
In order for these young men
to stay irn contact with their
children and wives, Operation
Enduring Freedom: Keeping
in Touch has been established
to set up a satellite dish on
base in Afghanistan for these
troops, and others who are
deployed after them, so they
can reach out and be involved
in their children's lives while
so far from home. The cost
of purchasing and shipping
a satellite dish, receivers and
Webcams along with one year's
usage fee is approximately
$15,000. The families are
asking anyone who can make
a donation-no matter how
small--to help them reach
their goal. A fund for-Operation
Enduring Freedom: Keeping


Rider (center) is the son of Edith and
Ron Grider of Starke.


.
in Touch has been established
at Community State Bank at
both the Starke and Lake Butler
locations.
Brian graduated with honors
from Bradford High School in
2004. He later worked as a
certified welder and attended
Santa Fe Community College.
In 2006, Brian decided he
wanted to serve his country
and left for basic training in Ft.
Benning, Ga. He was stationed
at the same base where his
father did basic training before
serving 19 months in Vietnam.
His grandfather on his mother's
side,Charles Dozier, also served
six years in the, military during
World War I being stationed in
Africa, France and Italy.
Hancock said her brother
lost his right index finger back
when he was in high school,
and acquired the nickname
"Trigger" after being named
Top Gun for his company. He
has gone through three years
of extensive training with the
US Army, including airborne
school'. During the summer
of 2008, .he flew to Egypt
where'he: received his silver
wings after parachuting with
t3./n *


Egyptian, German
and other militaries.
Since being in
Afghanistan, Brian
h~s been proprped to,,,
sergeant. 3 ,
'."' n-"A^ug-: 31,
2008, Brian married
Jenna Grider, a
certified nursing
assistant employed
at the Reception
and Medical Center
in Lake Butler. For
further information
about the 717
Taskforce or the
Keeping in Touch
fundraiser, contact
Hancock at (904)
769-1273.


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NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Union feet to the point of tangency'of said curve, Northeasterly, along the arc of said curve, through
County, Florida proposes to regulate the use of said arc being subtended by a chord bearing a central angle of 08054 40", an arc length of
land within the area as shown on the map below and distance of North 03"55 03" East 429.38 291.59 feet to the point of tangency of said curve,
by amending the text and the Future Land Use feet; Course 3; thence North 22017 17" East said arc being subtended by a chord bearing and
Plan Map of the Union County Comprehensive 1,904.30 feet to the point of curvature of a distance of North 2604437" East 291.30 feet;
Plan, hereinafter referred to as the curve concave Southeasterly, having a radius Course 5; thence North 3111 57" East, 362.41
Comprehensive Plan, as follows: of 1,874.86 feet; Course 4; thence feet to the Point of Beginning. Containing 206.36
CPA 08-1, an application by Plum Creek Land Northeasterly, along the arc of said curve, acres, more or less.
Company, and in response to an Objections, through a central angle of 08054 40", an arc All said lands containing 795.00 acres, more or
Recommendations, and Comments Report length of 291.59 feet to the point of tangency less.
prepared by the Florida Department of Community of said curve, said arc being subtended by a
Affairs, dated August 4, 2008, to amend the text of chord bearing and distance of North 26044 37" ,
the Comprehensive Plan by amending a portion of East 291.30 feet; Course 5; thence North
Policy 1.2.2 to add Policy 1.2.2(a) which provides 31011 57" East, 362.41 feet to the Point of
for maximum levels of development and special Beginning. LESS AND EXCEPT THE
conditions which is subject to the availability of NORTHEASTERLY 1,320.00 FEET -.-
adequate public facilities and services at the THEREOF. PA 8-1
adopted level of service for property known as the Containing 588.64 acres, more or less.
Union County Industrial Park; by amending a Changing the future land use classification
portion of Policy IV.2.1 and Policy IV.5.1 of the from AGRICULTURE-3 (less than or equal to
Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable 1 dwelling unit per 10 acres) to INDUSTRIAL
Water and Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge on property described, as follows:
Element of the Comprehensive Plan to add B&C THE NORTHEASTERLY 1,320.00 FEET OF
Water Resources, sanitary sewer and portable THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: ...... '
water level of service standards; and to amend the Commence at the Northwest corner of said
Future Land Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Section 33, thence South 013010" East,
Plan by changing the future land use classification along the Westerly line of said Section 33, a ..:
from AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or equal to 1 distance of 1,444.87 feet to the Southwesterly :. -...
dwelling unit per 20 acres) and AGRICULTURE-3 right-of-way line of State Road 100; thence .' a, S er '
(less than or equal to 1 dwelling unit per 10 acres) South 59035 16" East, along the ,
to INDUSTRIAL as follows: Southwesterly right-of-way line of said State .SUBJECT, ..... .'237 .
.Changing the future land use classification from Road No. 100, a distance of 1,428.80 feet to : .
AGRICULTURE-2 (less than or equal to 1 dwelling the Point of Beginning; thence continue South .
unit per 20 acres) to INDUSTRIAL on property 59035 16" East, along the Southwesterly right-
described, as follows: of-way line of said State Road 100, a distance
A parcel of land lying within Sections 3,4,9,10, 33 of 5,672.29 feet to the point of curvature of a A public hearing concerning an amendment to
and 34, Township 5 and 6 South, Range 20 East, curve concave Northeasterly, having a radius consider enactment of the ordinance to adopt the
Union County, Florida. Being more particularly of 17,248.91 feet; thence Southeasterly, along, amendment will be conducted by the Board of
described, as follows. Commence at the the Southwesterly right-of-way line of said County Commissioners on March 16, 2009 at 6:45
Northwest corner of said Section 33, thence South State Road 100, and along the arc of said p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be.
01030 10" East, along the Westerly line of said curve,- through a central angle of 03012 46", heard, in the Board of County Commissioners
Section 33, a distance of 1,444.87 feet to the an arc length of 967.22 feet to point on said Meeting Room, County Courthouse, located at 55
Southwesterly right-of-way line of State Road 100; curve, said arc being subtended by a chord West Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida. The title of
thence South 59,035 16" East, along the bearing and distance of South 6111 39" East said ordinance reads, as follows:
Southwesterly right-of-way line of said State Road 967.10 feet; thence South 0o132 54" East AN ORDINANCE OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
No. 100, a distance of 1,428.80 feet to the Point of 2,534.77 feet to a point on a curve concave RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT
Beginning; thence continue South 59035 16" East, Southeasterly, having a radius of 900.00 feet; AND FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE
along the Southwesterly right-of-way line of said thence Southwesterly, along the arc of said UNION COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
State Road 100, a distance of 5,672.29 feet to the curve, through a central angle of 36041 10", UNDER THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
point of curvature of a curve concave an arc length of 576.26 feet to the point of ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161
Northeasterly, having a radius of 17,248.91 feet; tangency of said curve, said arc being THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
thence Southeasterly, along the Southwesterly subtended by a chord bearing and distance of AMENDED; PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
right-of-way line of said State Road 100, and South 4004432" West 566.47 feet; thence CPA 08-1, BY THE PROPERTY OWNER; AND IN
along the arc of'said curve, through a central South 22023 57" West 1,424.59 feet to the RESPONSE TO AN OBJECTIONS,
angle Lgc 46", anaclee ,ft 967.22 feet to, --point' of- curvature of a curve concave RECOMMENDATIONS, ,AND COMMENTS
pd r i,6&ive iTsa aceth ubtended IJV a t NQQt friy,i havrig a radius of 980.00' fet;..." REPORT. ..PIEPARED :BY E,!(THE FLORIDA
chord bearing and distance of South 61011 39" thence Southwesterly, along the arc of said DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS,
East 96.7.10 feet; thence South 013254" East curve, through a central angle of 18007 59", DATED AUGUST 4, 2008; PROVIDING FOR
2,534.77 feet to a point on a curve concave an arc length of 310.15 feet to the point of AMENDING A PORTION OF POLICY 1.2.2 TO
Southeasterly, having a radius of 900.00 feet; tangency of said curve, said arc being ADD POLICY 1.2.2(a) WHICH PROVIDES FOR
thence'Southwesterly, along the arc of said curve, subtended by a chord bearing and distance of MAXIMUM .LEVELS OF DEVELOPMENT AND
,through a central angle of 36041 10", an arc length South 31027 56" West 308.86 feet; thence. SPECIAL CONDITIONS WHICH IS SUBJECT TO
of 576.26 feet to the point of tangency of said South 40031 56" West 751.58 feet to the point THE AVAILABILITY OF ADEQUATE PUBLIC
curve, said arc being subtended by a chord of curvature of a curve concave FACILITIES AND SERVICES AT THE ADOPTED
bearing and distance of South 40044 32" West Northwesterly, having a radius of 680.00 feet; LEVEL OF SERVICE FOR PROPERTY KNOWN
566.47 feet; thence South 2223 57" West 1,424.59 thence Southwesterly, along the arc of said AS THE UNION COUNTY INDUSTRIAL PARK;
feet to the point of curvature of a curve concave curve, through a central angle of 36008 32", BY AMENDING A PORTION OF POLICY IV.2.1
Northwesterly, having a radius of 980.00 feet; an arc length of 428.94 feet to the point of AND POLICY IV.5.1 OF THE SANITARY SEWER,
thence Southwesterly, along the arc of said curve, tangency of said curve, said arc being SOLID WASTE, DRAINAGE, PQTABLE WATER
through a central angle of 1807 59", an arc length subtended by a chord bearing and distance of AND NATURAL GROUNDWATER AQUIFER
of 310.15 feet to the point of tangency of said South 58036 12" West 421.87 feet; thence RECHARGE ELEMENT OF THE
curve, said arc being subtended by a chord South 76040 28" West 246.70 feet to the point COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO ADD B&C WATER'
bearing and distance of South. 31027 56" West of curvature of a curve concave RESOURCES, SANITARY SEWER AND
308.86 feet; thence South 4031 56" West 751.58 Southeasterly, having a radius of 560.00 feet; PORTABLE WATER LEVEL OF SERVICE
feet to the point of curvature of a curve concave thence Southwesterly, along the arc of said STANDARDS; AND AMENDING THE FUTURE
Northwesterly, having a radius of 680.00 feet; curve, through a central angle of 0200 17", LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE
thence Southwesterly, along the arc of said curve, an arc length of 19.59 feet to a point on said COMPREHENSIVE PLAN BY CHANGING THE
through a central angle of 36008 32", an arc length curve, said arc being subtended by a chord FUTURE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM
of 428.94 feet to the point of tangency of said bearing and distance of South 75040 20" West AGRICULTURE-2 (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 1
curve, said arc being subtended by a chord 19.59 feet; thence North 4801933" West DWELLING UNIT PER 20 ACRES) AND
bearing and distance of South 5836 12" West 4,485.06 feet; thence North 20029 24" East AGRICULTURE-3 (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 1
421.87 feet; thence South 76040 28" West 246.70 951.52 feet; thence, along the following DWELLING UNIT PER 10 AC.RES) TO
feet to the point of curvature of a curve concave 'twelve courses: Course 1; thence North INDUSTRIAL OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
Southeasterly, having a radius of 560.00--feet; 23011 54" West 375.69 feet; Course 2; thence UNINCORPORATED AREA OF UNION COUNTY,
thence Southwesterly, along the arc of said curve, North 6940 39" West 264.21 feet; Course 3; FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
through a central angle of 0200 17", an arc length thence North 20004 11" East 251.32 feet; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;
of 19.59 feet to a point on said curve, said arc Course 4; thence North 70,30 35" West AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
being subtended by a chord bearing and distance 324.70 feet; Course 5; thence South The public hearing may be continued to one or
of South 75040 20" West 19.59 feet; thence North 20027 33" West 94.26 feet; Course 6; thence more future dates. Any interested party shall be
4801933" West 4,485.06 feet; thence North North 69032 27" West 100.00 feet; Course 7; advised that the date, time and place of .any
2002924" East 951.52 feet; thence, along the thence North 2002733" Easti:92.56 .feet; continuation of the public hearing shall be
following twelve courses: Course 1; thence North Course 8; thence North 7030 35" West announced during the public hearing and that no
23011 54" West 375.69 feet; Course 2; thence 112.30 feet; Course 9; thence North 1'944 39" further notice concerning the matter will be
North 6904039" West 264.21 feet; Course 3; East 76.77 feet; Course 10; ithence North published.
thence North 20004 11" East 251.32 feet; Course 7203708" West 125.15 feet; Course 11; At the aforementioned public hearing, all
4;.thence North 7003035" West 324.70 feet; thence South 3202749" West -73.43 feet; interested persons may appear and be heard with


Course 5; thence South 2002733" West 94.26 Course 12; thence North 7002-6-16" .West respect to the amendment and the ordinance
'feet; Course 6; thence North 69032 27" West 492.86 feet; thence, along the'i-ilowing five adopting said amendment on the date, time and
100.00 feet; Course 7; thence North 2002733" courses: Course 1; thence North ,14027 10" place as stated above. Copies of the amendment
East 92.56 feet; Course 8; thence North 70030 35" West 1,068.57 feet to the point of curiatture of and the ordinance adopting said amendment are
West 112.30 feet; Course 9; thence North a curve concave Easterly, having a radius of available for public inspection at the Office of the
1904439" East 76.77 feet; Course 10; thence 681.20 feet; Course 2; thence Nort.erl ,along Board of County Commissioners, located at 15
North 7203708" West 125.15 feet; Course 11; the arc of said curve, through a cdritralangle Northeast First Street, Lake Butler, Florida, during
thence South 32027 49" West 73.43 feet; Course of 36044 28",' an arc length of 436.82 feet to regular business hours.
12% thence North 70026 16" West 492.86 feet; the point of tangency of said curve, said arc All persons are advised that, if they decide to
thence, along the following five courses: Course 1; being subtended by a chord hearing and appeal any decisions made at the public hearing,
thence North 14027 10" West 1,068.57 feet to the distance of North 03055 03" Ea,*'429.38 feet; they will need a record of the proceedings.and, for
point of curvature of a curve concave Easterly, Course 3; thence North 22017 17" East such purpose, they may need to ensure that a
having a radius of 681.20 feet; Course 2; thence 1,904.30 feet to the point of c~,a~ture of a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which
Northerly, along the arc of said curve, through a curve concave Southeasterly, haV~rg Ia radius record includes the testimony and evidence upon
central angle of 36044 28", an arc length of 436.82 of 1,874.86 feet; Course 4". 'tence which the appeal is to be based.




March 5, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 8A


Hannah Tucker, first runner-up, played guitar and sang
Taylor Swift's "White Horse." Tucker also won several
awards for the evening.


Competing for Miss Union County High 2009 were Holli Barnett, Emily,
Brown, Patricia Geisenberg, Tabitha Livingston, Laci Smith, Hannah Tucker,
Kayla Roberts, Jaqualia Lee, Stephanie Crosby, Ashlee Barton and Alisha
Badger.


Third runner-up Kayla Roberts
looks like she just skated out of
a '50s movie in this soda shop
costume.


ABOVE: Fourth runner-up Emily Brown
performed Enya's love song, "Only.
Time." RIGHT: Miss Union County High
School, Stephanie Crosby, shows off her
poodle skirt.


Step-Up UC to promote


healthy living with event


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


On Saturday, March 14,
during Healthy Floridians
Month, Step-Up Union County
will take place. The event will_
be held at the Lake Butler City
Hall building from 9 am. to
noon. Sign ups for the mile
long walk will begin at 8:30
a.m.
Following an opening
ceremony by Winnie Holland,
administrator for the Union
County Health Department, the
walk will begin on the new
walking trail located behind
city hall with Union County


TEAMS:
Continued from p. 6A

Williston after gaining five runs
late in the game. Allen went 3-
4, scoring two runs and two
RBI for LBMS. Kyle Shealy
was a perfect 2-2, scoring two
runs and one RBI. Kite, the
winning pitcher, had one hit
in two trips up to the plate,
scoring a run and gaining two
RBI for Lake Butler.
LBMS will host Ruth Raines
(Cross City) in a double header
on March 6; beginning at 4:30
p.m. Home games are played
at the O.J. Phillips Recreation
Complex.
Information provided by
Mike Southerland
LBMS Lady Tigers
18, Ft. White 1
The LBMS girls' softball
team defeated Ft. White 18-1
in their season opener on Feb.
16.
The Lady Tigers led
defensively with the pitching
savvy of Holly Tucker. Tucker
dominated ,at the mound with
six strikeouts, two defensive
outs and allowed only three
hits for Ft. White. Ashlyn
Hardini controlled the bases as
catcher, allowing Ft. White to


High School's JROTC leading
the way. There will be plenty
of entertainment and ongoing
activities during the event to
include:
* 10:15 a.m.-UCHS jazz
band
* 10:45 a.m.-Martial arts
demonstration
* 11:15 a.m.-Gun safety
demonstration
* I1:30a.m.-Kellie Christie
Dance Studio
* 11:50 a.m.-Speaker on
health and wellness (to be
announced)
* 12:00 p.m.-Prize
giveaways

Other activities will take


steal only one base. At second
base, Tanner Lemay continued
to show her experience from
last season with two of the
three outs in the first inning.
Harlee Rimes stepped in at
short stop effortlessly making
two defensive outs to first
and home, keeping Ft. White
from scoring when bases were
loaded.
Randa Conner showed her
dexterity playing third base and
making two tough plays, one at
home with the bases loaded and
the other to first base to end the
game in five innings.
Offensively, the Lady Tigers
came out swinging strong.
Lemay had a triple, a double
and a walk. Mariah Bowen
drove one to the fence for a
home run and walked twice.
Conner and Taylor Andrews
each had two singles and a
walk. Rimes battled at the
plate for a base hit and three
walks. Hardin and Kendallyn
Johns each had a base hit and a
walk. Haley Libby and Tristyn
Southerland both landed singles
with Kayla Andrews battling
for two walks. Jordyn Driggers
reached base with one walk
and Jordan Davis reached base
twice on fielders' choices.
Information provided by
Trudy Andrews


place such as health screenings,
face painting (tentative),
Dance-Dance Revolution game
play, Hoola hooping, the school
baseball team, members'of the
RMC K-9 unit, Union County
Emergency Medical Services
and Fire Department. Located
around the fitness area and
pavilion at city hall will be
vendor booths by Lake Butler
Hospital, Union County Health
Department, SWAT (Students
Working Against Tobacco),
Lake Area Physical Therapy,
UF Weight Management
Program, RMC Relay for Life
team, Amedysis Home Health,
YMCA, Meridian Health Care
of Starke, Division of Forestry,
American Cancer Society,
HOSA (Health Occupations
Students of America), Friends
of The' Library, AHEC and
Healthy Families. Water and
snacks will be provided to all
who attend.

The purpose of Healthy
Floridians Month: Step-Up
Union County is to promote
and improve good health in
the community and reduce the
incidences of chronic diseases
such as diabetes, heart disease
and cancer by encouraging
exercise and healthy lifestyle
choices.

Step-Upbeganasanationwide
campaign to increase awareness
of the many health risks of
developing chronic disease
within Florida communities
and to reduce these risks by
creating incentives for citizens
by providing educational
workshops, free health
screenings, easy to implement
strategies such as walking clubs
and community based support
groups.

For more information,
contact Liz Floyd, Healthy
Communities Healthy People
coordinator for the Bradford
and Union County Health
Departments at (386) 496-3211
or (904) 964-7732.


Rolling for Gobblers planned


The event provides
wheelchair bound,
youths with the
opportunity to
participate in a
turkey shoot.

BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

On Friday, March 27, a
dinner and auction to benefit
the sixth annual Rolling for
Gobblers turkey shoot will take
place in Lake Butler.
Sponsored by. Southern
Youth Outdoor Adventures,


Rolling for Gobblers involves
experienced hunting guides who
take wheelchair bound youths,
some with other physical or
mental handicaps, on a turkey
hunt.
This year, the event has grown
to nearly double in size, to
include 12 youths from Union
and Bradford counties-and
areas as far away as Lakeland,
Alabama and Georgia. They
will have a meet and greet with
their hunting guides and get in
a little target practice before the
dinner at 6 p.m. and auction at
7 p.m. There is a $5 donation
requested for the dinner and
items for the auctions are still
being accepted. All proceeds
will go toward the cost of the
adventure.
Following the dinner, FWC


Officer of the Year Brett Gill
will be on hand to speak to
the audience about proper gun
safety procedures and a turkey
call demonstration will take
place. The next day, the eager
hunters will head out early for
a day of fun on hunting land
graciously provided by Roberts
Land and Timber.
To be able to provide enough
food for guests, please call one
of the numbers listed below if
you plan to attend the March
27 dinner and auction. Please
call if you have any items you
would like to donate for the
benefit auction as well. Call
Jason Stalnaker at (352) 494-
1541, Paul Kish at (352) 494-
2312 or Bobby Adams at (352)
745-1105


Adopt-a-Tiger


Player profile:

Najeeb Smith
Name/jersey#: Najeeb Smith
#10
Age/class: 18, Junior
Height/Weight: 5'8", 155 lbs.
Position: Guard
What do you feel was your
biggest asset on the basketball
court? Coming together as a
team.
What do you love most about
the game of basketball?
The fans because they get us
"crunk."
Who has been your greatest
inspiration and why? My
coaches and Alvin Jernigan,
because they all motivate and
push me.
What parts of yourgame were
you focusing on improving
during the season? My jump
shot and free throws.
Adoptive parent: Brian
Tomlinson, who said, "Najeeb
is a determined young man
who has overcome many
obstacles."


Player profile:

S.J. Simmons
Name/jersey #: S.J. Simmons,
#1
Age/class: 18, Senior
Height:5'7", 140 lbs.
Position: Shooting guard and
guard.
What do you feel has been
your biggest asset on the
court? Playing defense,
What do you love most about
the game of basketball?
Defense, because it is
a challenge to guard
somebody.
Who has been your greatest
inspiration? Zach Starling.
He got little playing time, but
still never gave up.
What parts of your game
were you working to
improve this season? My
offense and shooting with my
left hahd.
Adoptive parent: Jaelyn
Steverson.
Interviews conducted by
UCHS business student
Jordan Windham as part of a
job shadowing assignment.


S.J. Simmons with
adoptive parent Jaelyn
Steverson.


Najeeb Smith with his
adoptive parent Brian
Tomlinson.


Although the basketball season is over, a few remaining players have not yet been profiled due to
space constraints.


M A i Highest Academic Achievement Emily Brown
m i s Best Interview Hannah Tucker
CU O Best Evening Gown Stephanie Crosby
S C Best Casual Wear (tie) Alisha Badger and Hannah Tucker
U CMost Photogenic Hannah Tucker
ih Best Theme Costume Stephanie Crosby
H igh W ',Mi'!-t Talented Hannah Tucker


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Local students participate in


Explorers conference, training
.DANIEL R.H. COOK Caleb was chosen -
Special to the Monitor as the "victim." He L. t "


In early February
Explorers and their advisors
from the Keystone Heights
Volunteer Fire Department
Explorer Post 501 joined the
South Florida Fire Explorer
Conference and Competition
at the Coral Springs Fire
Academy.
Advisors Dan Cook and
Laura Eades accompanied
Explorer Chief Daniel Cook,
Explorer Assistant Chief
Caleb Eades and Explorer
Secretary Anne Cook on
their trip. The group spent
Saturday attending hands-
on conference sessions that
included vehicle extrication
training, water supply,
technical rescue, rappelling
and a classroqm briefing
on SWAT medics and dive
rescue.
The technical rescue
included instruction on how
to rescue a victim using a
ladder truck, backboard,
Stokes basket, and plenty of
rope and webbing.


was fastened onto
a backboard which
was then placed in
the Stokes basket.
Daniel then helped
to fasten him into
"the basket, which
was tied onto the
underside of the
ladder truck's
platform on the end
of the ladder.
Daniel then tied
on one of the two
guide ropes that
helped hold the
basket steady as it
was raised. Anne
and Daniel each
held a guide rope as
Caleb was raised up
about 60 feet into
the air before being
lowered back down
to be untied from
the basket.
On Sunday, the
group observed the
competition, which
consisted of medical


and physical skills evaluation.
Daniel plans to train a team


LEFT: Explorers Daniel qook, Caleb Eades, and an unidentified Explorer learn to extricate a crash victim by removing the
roof of a car. RIGHT: Explorer Caleb Eades is lifted into the air in the Stokes basket. Explorer Secretary Anne Cook holds
one of the guide ropes.


of Explorers to compete ip
next year's competition.
The Explorer post meets


the.. second Tuesday of
every month at 7 p.m. at the
Keystone Heights Volunteer


Fire Department. All youth
-from the ages of 14 to 18 and
their parents are.welcome to


attend. For more information,
e-mail drhcook@comcast.
net.


New water restrictions begin


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
On Sunday, March 8, new
restrictions specifying the
days of the week for landscape
irrigation will become effective
across the 18 counties of the St.
Johns River Water Management
District.
Under the new restrictions,
landscape irrigation will be
limited to two days a week
during daylight saving time and
one day a week during Eastern
Standard Time.
The restrictions apply to
water withdrawn from ground
or surface water, from a private
well or pump, or from a public
or private water utility, but they
do not apply to irrigation using
reclaimed water or stormwater.
During daylight saving time,
which also begins March 8,
specified days of the week that
residential and nonresidential
users can irrigate are:
Wednesday and Saturday
for residential landscape
irrigation at odd numbered


Woman's Club
seeks books
The Keystone Heights
Woman's Club is seeking book
donations for its April book
sale.
Proceeds will be contributed
to projects in the Keystone
community. The club is looking
for hardbacks, paperbacks,


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addresses or no address .
Thursday and Sunday for
residential landscape irrigation
at even numbered addresses
.Tuesday and Friday for
nonresidential landscape
irrigation
No irrigation allowed
between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Limited to one hour per
irrigation zone on each day that
irrigation occurs,
When Eastern Standard
Time is in effect, residential
landscape irrigation will be
limited to one day a week.
Saturday at odd numbered
addresses or no address
Sunday at even numbered
addresses
.Tuesday for nonresidential
landscape irrigation
No irrigation allowed
between 10 a.m. and 4 p.rnt.
Limited to no more than
one hour per irrigation zone on
each day that irrigation occurs
Local governments are
authorized to enforce the
restrictions within their
boundaries by adopting


magazines, books on tape, and
music CDs.
To contribute or get more
information, contact LaDonna
Hart at (352) 473-4165.

CC committee
meets
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ordinances incorporating
the district's restrictions.
The district can enforce its
restrictions throughout its 18-
county area.
Irrigation limitations apply
to all landscape irrigation
not currently regulated by a
consumptive use permit,
which typically includes
residential, commercial and
industrial establishments.
Golf courses, plant nurseries,
agricultural crops, and sports
recreational areas generally
have consumptive use permits
that specify their irrigation
limitations.
The district's annual public
awareness campaign will also
launch on March 8. This year's
campaign seeks to inform
the public about the new
restrictions through billboards,
television, radio, newspapers
and the Internet.
For complete information
about the district's watering
restrictions and exceptions
to the rule, visit the district's
Web site at www.sjrwmd.com/
wateringrestrictions.


Human Services Committee
will meet on Monday, March
16, immediately following the
Finance Committee meeting
that is being held at 2 p.m. in the
BCC meeting room, fourth floor
of the administration building
in Green Cove Springs.


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hosts events
European Motorsport Park
will host the Mad March
Speed Fest, March 5-8.
Among the events will be
open track da' when the track
is open to the public. The
Florida Supermoto Series,
Round 1. is also planned.
This Saturday, it's bikes
rounding the curves and
leaping over barriers. On
Sundai.. rally cars will be
competing.
Spectators are welcome A
$10 gate fee is charged-$10
per day or $20 for the weekend.
Children five and under are
free when accompanied by a-
paying adult.
For information, call (352)
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Head planned
A moonlight hike has been
scheduled for Saturday, March
7 at Gold Head Branch State
Park, located six miles north
of Keystone Heights on S.R.
21.
Hikers are asked to meet
at the picnic area by 6 p.m.


Participants should bring
their own water and wear
comfortable hiking shoes.

The hike is a moderate walk
of approximately three miles.
There is no charge for the
hike, but the park entrance fee
is $4 per vehicle. Anyone with
questions should call the park
office at (352) 473-4701.


NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Clay County anticipates receiving a Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) Grant from the Florida Department of Community
Affairs (DCA). The funding is being provided by the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program in the amount of Three Million Six Hundred Thirty Eight Thousand Five
Hundred and Twenty Three Dollars ($3,638,523.00). All of these funds will be used to benefit low and moderate income persons.
At least Nine Hundred Fifteen Thousand Six Hundred Twenty Nine Dollars ($915,629.00) Will be used to buy and rehabilitating
foreclosed residential properties for use as rental housing for individuals and families whose'incomes do not exceed fifty percent
(50%) of area median income. The remaining Two Million Seven Hundred Twenty Two Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety Forty
Dollars ($2,722,894.00) will be used for one or more of the following activities:
Buying and rehabilitating foreclosed homes for re-sale to income eligible households;
Buying and rehabilitating foreclosed homes for renting to income eligible households;
Establish financing mechanisms for purchase and redevelopment of foreclosed properties;
Buying land and property;
Demolishing blighted structures;
Demolishing or rehabilitating abandoned properties;
Offering principal reduction assistance to low-to-moderate-income homebuyers;
Creating "land banks" to assemble, temporarily manage, and dispose of vacant land for the purpose of stablizing neighborhoods
and encouraging re-use or redevelopment of property; and
*Program administration
Additional information regarding the range of activities that may be undertaken will be provided at the public hearing. All of the
funds proposed for each program delivery activity must be used to benefit low and moderate income persons.In developing an
application for submission to DCA, Clay County must plan to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG-NSP
activities. In addition, Clay County is required to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.A public hearing to receive citizen
views concerning Clay County s Neighborhood Stabilization Program needs and target areas will be held at the BCC Meeting
Room on Wednesday, March 11, 2009 at 6 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible. For information concerning the public hearing
contact: Barbara L. Taylor, SHIP Coordinator, PO Box 1366, Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043. Telephone (904) 278-4700.The
public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any handicapped person requiring an interpreter for the
hearing impaired or the visually impaired should contact the CountyManagers office at least five calendar days prior to the
meeting and an interpreter will be provided. Any non-English speaking person wishing to attend the public hearing should contact
the County Managers office at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and a language interpreter will'be provided. Any
handicapped person requiring special accommodation at this meeting should contact the County Managers office at least five
calendar days prior to the meeting.
Clay County is a Fair Housing/Equal Opportunity/Handicap Accessible Jurisdiction.


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At McRae Elementary,

fitness can also be fun


Program could
be in danger
from cuts...
BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor


off lane.
Students had tried to guess
how many jumps of the rope
it would take Dooley to go
around the track. The class with
the best guess would win a
bag of balls and equipment for
playtime.
Some classes took a scientific
approach, estimating with data


The physical fitness program like the length of the rope,
at McRae Elementary has Dooley's height and the size
become a model of how health of his shoes. A sign on the
and well-being programs school wall said ominously,
benefit elementary classrooms. "He likes ice cream," and "Can
Physical education instructor Mr. Dooley even go all the way
MJ. Eckford said she works around?"
with the county health Dooley finished the dash, but
department and school nurses, when it was done his face was
"The kids have learned a the color of the red flag that
lot about the brain and body marked the end of the course.
connection," she said. "We only
see the students once a week to The classes of Lisa Lane
teach skill and fitness as it is. I and Tracy Williams tied for
can't imagine cutting back." the prize with guesses of 116
Last Thursday, McRae's P.E. jumps. In fact, it took Dooley
teacher ran a Fit to Achieve 117 jumps as counted by the
Rally around the school official referee.
campus. It was designed to Williams' students had
"celebrate physical fitness and jumped rope around the track
learning." themselves, but' in the end,
The entire school, including she said, "They were just
students, teachers and some guessing."
of the staff, took part in the For nine years now, Eckford
walk which Eckford estimated has also spearheaded a
at about one mile. The older CHAMPS program, designed
boys took off running when the to teach good nutrition to
race began. For them, it was all students and to curb childhood
over in about seven minutes. obesity. She shows youngsters,
Everybody, even the smallest overweight or not, how to
walkers were back within 2'0 measure the foods they eat and
minutes. ,,-i:,-,.: .,.how.: 6 make healthy' choices.
The'v alk iwasfohllo" ed~FyF'-- "-TW'TFS "'r. grain
a "Dooley Dash," in which does make a difference. But
principal Marcus Dooley if you can't get the parents to
jumped- rope as he rounded the make changes in things like
rather lengthy school bus drop the groceries they buy for the


Low-cos
Health screening will be
available for Keystone Heights
residents on Saturday, April 25,
from 7-10 a. m. at city hall.
On-site enrollment and testing
will be available for those who
wish to participate. Keystone
Heights City Hall is located at
555 South Lawrence Blvd.
The program offers health
screenings at an affordable
price and is made available by
the Clay County Chamber of
Commerce and Consolidated
Laboratory Services.
The cost of health screening
in most health care settings
is more than $300; the cost
.of the screening through this
program is only $40. Results
are confidential and mailed
directly to participants who are
encouraged to share them with
a physician.
Participants will receive
a personal health profile
highlighting any values outside
the normal range. This panel
gives your physician important
information about the current
status of your kidneys, liver and
electrolyte and acid balance as
well as of your blood sugar and
blood proteins.
For an additional $18, men
can be screened for prostate
cancer with the PSA (prostate-
specific antigen) test.
Those who plan to participate
must fast prior to being tested;
with nothing-to eat or drink
after midnight.
Registration for the screening
ends on Monday, March



Clay animal
control meets
The Clay County Animal
Control Advisory Committee
will meet on Wednesday,
March 18, at 6 p.m. in the
commissioners' meeting room,
fourth flooroftheadministration
building, 477 Houston St. in
Green Cove Springs.
The meeting is open to the
public and all interested persons
are invited to attend.


home, you're probably
never going to reach the
kids," Eckford said.
These days, she's
running a "Healthiest
School in Clay"
campaign, which
includes a weekly
newsletter that goes
home to students'
families. By now, 78
families have signed
on to the program and
set exercise and weight
loss goals.
"I know some
counties are willing


ABOVE, LEFT: M.J.
Eckford, center,
recognizes the
efforts of students
who have walked 20
to 50 exercise miles
since the beginning
of the school year.
ABOVE, RIGHT:
It took Principal
Marcus Dooley 117
jumps of the rope
to make it all the
way around the
track. He had a first
aide team waiting
nearby. RIGHT: The
older boys were
supposed to walk,
not run, around the
school campus, but
they couldn't help
themselves.


to have traveling physical
education teachers for an entire
district. So far, Clay County'
has done better than that.
Recess does not equal physical
education," she said.
Even during the walk-a-thon,
Eckford worried that the school


Kayla Goodin, left, made a thoughtful poster for the
celebration and walk-a-thon. Kim Gann helps show it off.


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Page 11A TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION March 5, 2009


Created by Keystone Heights
High School journalism students


What Happens Next? Fnin'd


Many high school seniors
are facing the hard question
of what they will do once they
graduate. Scott Fitzgerald
said his future plans are al-
ready in the works. Three
months ago he decided to en-
list in the United States Na-
tional Guard and has been
reporting one whole weekend
each month ever since.
After briefly exploring all of
the United States enlisted
services, Fitzgerald found
that in the National Guard he
might spend very little time


By: Sophia Hurst
out of the country. That made
it the major reason why he
chose the National Guard.
Other things concerning the
National Guard which caught
Fitzgerald's interests were
'{hat they would educate him
in several areas that he is in-
terested in, they would pay
him a pretty fair wage, and he
would have great health in-
surance.
When asked if the training
has been difficult or interfered
with these last few months of
high school Fitzgerald replied,


* "No, I actually enjoy the train-
ing. It is mostly physical and
I am used to that from football
practice. I am looking forward
to Boot Camp which will start
soon after I graduate from
high school in early July."
Fitzgerald has always been
interested in the mechanics of
automobiles. Therefore, he
chose the repair of motors for
a variety of vehicles used in
war and. service of our coun-
try as his job in the National
Guard.


1st place Science Fair Winners: Annalise McGhghy, Megan Perry, Carson Sailor, Ben
Caouette, Luke Michel, Anna Suscy, and Ben Dykes.


Science Fair Success
By: Todd Allen and Caleb Milligan


-- -k ,,

Courtney Carroll and Brianna Starling visit Pointe-du-Hoc, site of the World War II D-Day
Invasion in Normandy, France.



International Travelers


Brianna Starling and Court-
ney Carroll have just returned
from an international adven-
ture. The girls spent a week
in January touring Europe in-
cluding stops in Paris, Nor-
mandy, and London.
- Carroll stated, "London was,.
my favorite place. Through-
out Europe we would have to
point on our menu to order,
but in London people actually
understood what we were
saying and that nigF a .ni~qe
feeling!"
The.girls only faced a few
differences in Europe from


By: Melissa Bruce
the US, "Europe isjust'what I
expected, other than women
and'men share the same rest-
rooms. That was a major sur-
prise!"
Carroll and Starling left-
sunny, warm weather in
Florida. Carroll said the Eu-
ropean weather was so cold
and damp it was painful to
even consider taking her
hands out of her pockets.
Even though the weather
j an hoi the girjl5rcup of tea,"
the Eiffel Tower was. Carroll
said," What I had seen in the
movies was no comparison to


the Eiffel Tower in real life!
The Tower sparkled which
gave Paris an even more
amazing glow and romantic
feel to it."
Starling said she even gol
to try something she has
never done before, eat a raw
oyster right out of the ocean.
To no surprise, the freshmen
said if they had the opportu-
nity to visit again, they would
in a heartbeat. Next time they
vould like to krjgnw,, lit.tl.
more French before getting
off the airplane.


Winning the Science Fair is
the perfect solution of creativ-
ity and intelligence combining
to create a display of facts on
a single backboard. This year
brought forth several intrigu-
ing projects and ideas. Infact,
there were at least two hun-
dred outstanding exhibitions
of both talent and good plan-
ning.
Inspirations varied, but ef-
fort stayed at a high standard
throughout the competition.
Freshman Ben Caouette
stated his reasoning behind
his project. "I saw something
with wire on television. I
wanted to figure out what
happened if I did the experi-
ment." Ben placed first in the

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engineering and computer reast cancer and thumb
science category with his" prints. She went to a hospital
project "Copper vs. Alu-, for five hours to gather thumb
minum." His experiment was prints from females within the
to see which wire (copperor. hospital. She also stationed
aluminum) would. conduct herself outside Hitchcock's
heat faster. and continued getting thumb
Other students had inspira- prints for the test. "I did this
tioh from current' and promi- experiment with the hopes
nent events. "I was inspired that someday scientists will
by the upcoming election;" take advantage of this re-
said .sophomore Carson search and use it to aid in
Sailor. Carson did a survey on finding the cure for breast
the feelings toward both of -cancer," said McGhghy.
the presidential candidates. 'With a wide variety of stu-
He surveyed random people dents and topics and with
coming from the 14-45 year thirty-eight projects placing
old range. and nine students represent-
Another first place winner, ing our school in the County
Annalise McGhghy, did an ex- Science Fair, the Science Fair
periment on the links between was a success.


Public to Virtual


Former student of KHHS
Larissa Buchanan is now at-
tending Florida Virtual School.
Larissa decided to try Virtual
School because she said, "I
needed a change, and this
seemed the best way to get
one."
Many people think that Vir-
tual School is harder and a lot
lonelier. Buchanan said, "It
isn't much harder than regular
school, and I get to spend a
lot more time with my family. I
; do miss my friends a lot, but I
still come to basketball games,
and go to church to see them
there."
Her classes are mostly the


By: Tori Ward
same except she doesn't
have electives anymore. Her
mom and dad are very sup-
portive of her and her deci-
sion. They try to help as much
as possible and give her the
moral support she needs.
Buchanan said, "Without my
parents behind me, I couldn't
have made it this far. I would
have probably transferred
back to regular school after
two weeks. My parents mean
a lot to me."
In Virtual Schqol stu-
dents don't. have a teacher
with them constantly watching
over their shoulder. What it
lacks in one-on-one attention,


it makes up for the fact that
you are not timed to only fifty
minutes on one subject. Stu-
dents have as long as they
need to work on assignments.
There is also no schedule. If
a student wants to wake up at
one o' clock in the afternoon,
he can, as long as he gets his
school work done.
Virtual School is not
for everyone. It can be difficult
at times trying to teach your-
self. Torri Adams, another stu-
dent taking Virtual School
said, "It is so confusing some-
times. Once I spent two entire
hours on the same subject
just trying to get it right."


Second Place Science Fair Winners: Front: Carson Draney and Allison Alsup. Austin Groves,
Meghan Zinkel, Leanne Dye, Kavanagh Bannon, Miranda Deuel, and Brianna Starling.


Race of Passion


Have you ever felt com-
pelled to do something that
you knew was going to help
others? Michael Holt, a busi--
ness technology teacher at
KHHS, ran in a marathon
January 8 at Disney's Magic
Kingdom. The race was in-
tended to raise research
funds for neurofibromatosis or
NF for short.
He'did this in memory of his
brother-in-law, Joseph


By: Haley Chute
Domenech who passed away .- Their team, "In Memory Of
last January at the age of 33, Big Joe," was eager to help
a victim of NF. Holt was ac- the cause. They raised a total
companies by his wife Joce- 'of$10',896. The marathon to-
lyn, sister Kristen, j talked $110,961.
brother-in-law Ben, and in- Before the race, Holt put
laws Tony and Lynn. new songs onto his iPod for
The group set off on a 13.1 focus and bought new run-
mile marathon.They woke up ning shoes. By the end of
early in the morning to arrive the day, Holt said, "I felt like
at 4 a.m. to prepare for the the bottom of my heels had
marathon which began at 6 been cut off with a circular
a.m. saw and piranhas had been
feasting on my thighs."


Role Models


What is a role model? A role
model is someone who leads,
teaches, inspires, and helps.
A role model is someone you
can relate to and have re-
spect for. When asked if he
had a role-model, Garrett
Mann described his as Jesus,
his Lord and Savior. "He is a
person I attempt to model my
life after," said Mann.
In response to the same
question, Kaylee Maynard
said she didn't have a role-
model. She said, "I want to be
my own person. However, I
do have people I look up to."
z -


By: Jordan Leitheiser
Studies show that role mod-
els inspire today's -youth to
out into the world having con-
fidence and finding their
dream job. John Lewis was
asked his dream job and he
simply stated he would like to
be a pharmacist. Lewis in-
tends to attend UF after grad-
uating high school and earn a
pharmacology degree. Role
models help shape peoples'
lives by encouraging them to
reach for the stars.
A future goal of Amber
Mason is to attend college.
Her dreamjob is to be a drug


rehabilitation leader or to
work with autistic kids. Amber
also has a role\model whom
she called Grandma. "She
basically taught me all I know.
In addition, she also helped
me to set many goals in my
life for the future."
Above and beyond setting
goals and teaching us what
life is all about role models
help today's youth and even
adults with every day strug-
gles. Chris Leon believes that
his role-model (his dad) pulls
him through the bad times in
his life as well as the good.


Third Place Science Fair Winners: Taylor Poppell, Sophia Hurst, Emily Breton, Garrett Mann,
Chelsey Johnson, and Chelsea Chambers.

County Science Fair Winners
Taylor Kennedy-1st place, Jr. High Biochemistry
Annalise McGhghy-lst place, Medicine and Health
Carson Draney-2nd place, Jr. High Behavioral Science
.. .... Carson Sailor-2nd place, Behavioral Science
Allison Alsup-2nd place, Biochemistry
Megan Perry-2nd place, Zoology
Austin Groves-3rd Place, Engineering
Special Awards: $25 cash from the Florida Association of Science Teachers-Taylor Kennedy
U.S. Army award-Meg McCollum and Allison Alsup
Vystar $50 Savings Bond- Megan Perry, Annalise McGhghy, Taylor Poppell


Kaylee Maynard


John Lewis


Amber Mason





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Practice good

hygiene during

flu season
The Florida Department of
'Health encourages Floridians
to practice good hygiene as
influenza activity in Florida
'increases, which is typical for
,this time of year. In Florida,
'the disease usually peaks in
'late January or February and
continues through March.
SIn the United States, influenza
results in approximately 200,000
hospitalizations each year.
Annually, over 36,000 people
in the U.S. die from the flu,
and most of these are age 65 or
older. More people die from flu
than from any other vaccine-
preventable disease.
"Floridians must remain


vigilant in protecting themselves
and their loved ones against
the flu, especially populations
who are more susceptible to the
disease," said State Surgeon
General Ana M. Viamonte Ros.
"Good health practices such as
staying home when ill, washing
hands and covering a cough are
so important in keeping family,
friends and coworkers healthy."
Individuals can reduce
their chance of contracting or
spreading respiratory infections
by:
0 Staying home when sick and
keeping sick children home
1 Cleaning hands often with
soap and water, or an alcohol-
based hand cleanser
D Not touching eyes, nose or
mouth
0 Avoiding close contact with
people who are ill, if possible


a Not sharing eating utensils,
drinking glasses, towels or
other personal items
D' Covering your nose and mouth
with a tissue when you cough
orsneeze
1 Getting plenty of rest, healthy
foods, fluids and exercise
It is not too late to get a flu
shot this season. Parents and
caregivers can contribute to the
safety and well being of children
by having them immunized. It
is also important that adults,
parents and grandparents who
are in close contact with young
children be immunized as well.
Annual influenza vaccination
is recommended for the following
groups:
* Persons at high risk for
influenza-related compli-
cations and severe disease,
including: children aged 6-59


months; pregnant women;
people 50 years or older; and
people of any age with certain
chronic medical conditions.
a Persons who live with, or care
for, persons at high risk
D Health-care workers
In addition, immunization with
the vaccine against streptococcus
pneumoniae-the pneumonia
vaccine-can -help prevent
complications of influenza in
those who are candidates for this
vaccine.
Consult your doctor to
determine if either or both
of these vaccinations is an
option for you. Individuals with
influenza-like symptoms should
contact a primary care physician
for advice about management of
their illness.
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Quilters
meeting, plan

for festival
The Sunshine Quilters group
will have its March meeting on
Friday, March 6, from 10 a.m.-
noon in the community meeting
room of the Bradford County
Library.
SThe March program will be
"Yo! Want to Yoyo with Friends?"
Membes will be making the
traditional round yoyos as well
as using patterns for heart and
flower yoyos. They will .also be
trying to master an "Easy Cut
Circle" template.


All are welcome; patterns and
fabric will be available.
Sunshine Quilters will also
be making plans to attend the
upcoming Suwannee Valley Quilt
and Old Time Craft Festival on
Saturday, March 14, in downtown
Trenton. This free annual show
celebrates America's quilting
heritage with hundreds of quilts
and handmade crafts displayed
in a wide variety of historic
buildings centered around
Trenton's historic downtown.
The Sunshine Quilters had a great
time last year and would lbte to
have an even bigger Bradford
'group this year.
For more information on
meetings,orthe Trenton excursion
contact Dorothy Bartlett at (904)
964-8175.


BILLS
Continued from Page 1A

Spaying big for FMPA's mistake.
He also got some vocal support
from the crowd for criticizing
prior commissioners who entered
the current arrangement with
FMPA and, according to him, go
the city into this "mess."
Of the seemingly unbreakable
long-term power supply contract,
Waters said FMPA "has got the
city where ithurts."
Something not well
explained-and something even
city leaders seem to have a
difficult time accepting-is that
the city of Starke did not just
to purchasepower from FMPA
when commissioners agreed to
sign that contract years ago. The
commissioners at that time agreed
to part ownership of a wholesale
power agency that would provide.
electricity for those owners. In
truth, Starke-along with the
other cities that entered the same
agreerient-is FMPA.
Everything FMPA does, it
does on the city's behalf, whether
it's investing in a new power
plant or hedging the cost of fuel.
The theory was that working
together, the member cities could
accomplish more together than
apart. So now when the agency



FIRE
Continued from Page 1A

to blame.
Keeping them content was the
false knowledge that other city
employees were also still being
hired at the $8 an hour pay rate.-
When they found out that was
not the case, they say they felt
like they had been lied to.
Now Wise said the ongoing
negotiations are about getting pay
up and giving good firefighters, a
reason to stay with the city.
SThe firefighters would not
accept the city's offer but
came (prepared with a new
qbunterproposal. Wise discussed
rolling guaranteed overtime
payments iito theirhourlyrate and
adding 50 cents during the first
year of the contract. Subsequent
years would add another 50 cents
an hour. Percentage increases
would also be given to qualifying
firefighters based on a new step
pay plan.


incurs debt funding new or
existing ventures, a portion of
that debt belongs to the city.
That is why FMPA has said the
city can't break free of the all-
requirements contract without
paying up. The tens of millions
of dollars the city has been told
it would have to pay to exit the
contract is largely its portion
of FMPA's $5 billion debt.
According to the contract, the
city is responsible to help repay
that debt and even pay for any,
projected costs the remaining
cities would incur because of the
city's departure, with a possible
refund if the damage done isn't
as much asexpected.
Thirty cities receive electricity
through their agreement with
FMPA. Fifteen of the 30
participating cities buy all of
Their power from FMPA as part
of the all-requirements project,
one of five power projects
FMPA is involved in.'Starke is
one of those 15. Each of the 30
municipal members appoints an
individual to represent it on the
board of directors. Likewise each
member of the all-requirements
project appoints a member to
the executive committee that
governs business related to that
project alone..
Starke is one of 30 voices on
the board and one of 15 on the


The step plan adds driver and
senior firefighter to the list of
available positions since, as wise
said, unless one of the officers
leaves, there is iho way to be-
promoted in the department. The
steps are not automatic, however,
and only come after successfully
testing into those positions.
'Department-wide- math was
still being calculated, but initial
figuring estimated the cost to the
city at $210,000 over the next
three years, not include cost of
living increases granted to all
employees.
Brown said he and Operations
Manger Ricky Thompson were
just the messengers and he would
take their proposal back to the
commission. At the same time,
he said he seriously doubted
that the commission would enter
a contract guaranteeing raises
for firefighters over three years
when there was no guarantee it
would be able to afford raisesfor
general employees.
Firedepartmentrepresentatives


executive committee. The current
Starke appointee is Operations
Manager Ricky Thompson.
Alone it appears city has little
influence over the whole, but it
hasn't been alone in questioning
power costs and the contract
requirements. Still, small efforts
to organize haven't resulted in a
movement.
Starke residents seemed ready
to lead that movement, however.
David Haile said he wanted to
see the city commission move
quickly to do away with FMPA
and encouraged the citizens
present to continue attending'
meetings if they really wanted to
enact change.
"This is where you make
change," Haile said.
Resident Gene Noegel said
people were having to choose
between groceries and paying
their light bill, and. he called
for the ouster of all FMPA's
executives "damn quick."
Commissioner Spooner joined
them in saying the greatest
thing the city could do is look
for other sources of power, and
* she compared paying FMPA to
paying a loan shark 50 percent
interest on money borrowed. The
city is tired of being held hostage
by this contract, she said.
Some, like resident John
Steffen, wanted to know what


asked once again for a sit down
with the city commission, a
request that was denied outright.
They still want to meet one on
one to try to avoid something
being lost or misinterpreted in
translation, such as confusion
over implementation of the step
plan that was uncovered during
this latest negotiating session.
Brown said such
misunderstandings were not
the stumbling block to reaching
an agreement. What the city is
struggling with is finding money
for substantial raises in the
current economy.
The argument that the city
can't do for firefighters what it
can't do for all employees is less
persuasive to the union, however,
not that they've realized that
other employees were starting
at a higher rate and being paid a'
higher rate after the same years
of service. They say learning that
was a slap in the face.


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all of FMPA's cities-didn't pay
their bills.
The obvious short-term answer
is that the lights would go out for
everyone.
Some tried to offer practical
remedies, like George' Cooper
who asked if there wasn't another
provider willing to buy out the
city's contract with FMPA and
take Starke on as a customer.
Since Popp did say
upcoming bills should be lower,
Commissioner. Woods simply
asked if FMPA couldn't spread
the temporarily higher costs
across multiple months to even
bills out and make them more
affordable. It wasn't a question
Popp could answer on the
spot, however, and Woods was
frustrated with what he saw as
FMPA's apparent intention to do
nothing.
Some didn't offer answers, just
questions, including Tom Jones
and Esther Kelly. Both moved
into the city only to find they
were paying substantially more
for electricity. Jones, with a $600
utility bill asked how citizens,
especially those on fixed incomes,
could absorb such increases,.
Kelly, whose bill jumped from an
already outrageous $556 to $713,
wanted to know how she could
continue to' care for her mother,


buy her own medications and
send her child to college.
These were hard questions no
one had answers for.
Popp did say he would take
the concerns expressed back
to FMPA, although the next
meetings of the agency's boards
aren't until the end of the month..
Even as additional pleas for
relief came from the audience'


from citizens saying they couldn't
afford to pay their current utility'
bills,the city commission planned
a workshop for this Monday,
March 9, at 5:30 p.m. during
which it hopes to address some
of the lingering questions from
the meeting, including whether
or not additional extensions
could be granted to city electric
customers.


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Regional News
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area



Fire leads to total makeover for Starke Sonny's


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
Larry Reddish is president
of Jackleg Enterprises Inc., a
holding company for his
Starke-based businesses.
Readers may know him better
as owner and manager of the
Starke Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-
Q.
Sonny's customers-and
Reddish, too-were alarmed
when a fire broke out at the
restaurant early one morning in
March of 2008.
The $30,000 of damage was
confined to the kitchen and
storage area, and under other
circumstances might have been
repaired in a month or two.
Reddish had been
considering some renovations
before the fire, and decided to
go ahead with the total
makeover while he had the
chance. Newly renovated
throughout, the restaurant
reopened four months later in
late July.
Last week, Reddish took a
visitor on a tour of the
renovated restaurant and could
hardly contain his enthusiasm.
Starting in the parking lot,
he pointed toward the exterior
expanded end to the building.
"We've only gained about


20 seats, he said, but we also
added new restrooms." He was
quick to point out additional
parking spaces as well.
Reddish said he thought
about tearing down the former
service station next door,
which he owns, until he was
told zoning regulations would
require that he dig a retention
pond if he did.
"You know, I've grown to
like that building," he laughed.
He said he thought that
somewhere down the road he
might turn the service station
building into a catering facility
for parties and small group
events.
Reddish said he was very
pleased with the new takeout
arrangement, which took the
window away from the front
entrance, and gave it more
breathing space around at the
side.
"Eventually, I'd like to redo
the whole exterior in this
mercantile style and moye the
building away from the red
brick look:' he said, pointing
to the takeout window.
(Mercantile is a nostalgic,
historic style: think Dodge
City main street in Hollywood
westerns.)
Inside, Reddish is proud of
the details and the care he has
I


taken with the design of the
restrooms. Gone is any glaring
white fluorescence and in are
select lighting and plumbing
fixtures which Reddish picked
out himself.
"I drove the contractors
crazy," he said.
In the restaurant, gone .are
the light blond backyard picnic
tables (with no backs) and in
are earth tone banquettes.
Much of the lighting is now
pinpointed downward toward
each table, at least on one side
of the restaurant, and it
darkens the room.
The walls have moved away
from piney woods paneling
and now have smooth,
contrasting finishes. The
barbecue restaurant has
atmosphere throughout.
He hasn't abandoned the
feel of 'Bradford County,
though. On the walls hang
reprints of 19th Century
photographs of early Starke
and local life-men fishing or
strawberry fields.
The attention to detail has
paid off, he said, and the
customers seem to love it.
They appreciate the gentle
ambience where before, they
hadn't demanded any.
See SONNYS, p. 8B


Owner, manager and "just another employee" Larry Reddish is happy to show off
the new Sonny's.



Plans being discussed for

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Committee
welcomes volunteers
and/or donations

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer ,
Graduating seniors. in
Bradford County (including
home-schooled and church
school students) will once
again have the opportunity to
celebrate their accomplishment
in a fun, safe environment as


the third annual Project Grad
Night is a go for May 29-30 at
the Madison Street Baptist
Church family life center.
Project Grad Night offers
students the chance tq
participate in all kinds o
games, win prizes and just
have a good time overall from
11:30 p.m. until 5:30 a.m. The
cost is $10 through May and
$15 afterward.
Every graduate who attends
the event will leave with a
prize, provided he or she stays


the duration of the event.
Doors will be locked at 12:30
a.m. Anyone who leaves
before the event is over will
not be allowed to re-enter.
Students and their parents must
sign a contract that requires
parents to come and pick their
children up if they wish to
leave early.
All graduates, whether they
attend just a portion of the
event or stay for the duration,
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Cub Scouts
Pack 367
holds annual
banquet
Cb Scout Pack 367 held its
annual Blue and Gold awards
dinner at St. Marks Episcopal
Church in Starke, hosting more
than 60 family members and
friends in celebrating Scouting
Anniversary Week and
recognizing scouts, pack and
den leaders and other adults
who have been instrumental in
the pIck's growth and success.
More than 18 scouts
received numerous awards and
advancements to their next
level of achievement, while
Cubmaster Alan Greenough
and his wife, Christina, joined
with pack committee chair Jesi
Johns to recognize den leaders
Mike Newton (Tiger Cubs),
Russell Johns (Wolf Cubs),
Christina Greenough (Bear
Cubs), Jean Patray (Webelos I)
and Donna Allen (Webelos II).
Tim Turner, district
executive for the Cub Scouts,
offered congratulations to the
pack and its leaders for an
outstanding job of helping to
develop the young scouts. The
See SCOUTS, p. 9B


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Courtney Floyd
Daniel Elixson

Floyd, Elixson
wedding this
weekend
The marriage of Courtney
Lee Floyd.of Lake Butler and
Daniel Alan Elixson of
Worthington Springs will take
place this Saturday, March 7,
at 5 p.m. at New Oak Grove
Baptist Church in Alachua.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Fred and Wendy
Floyd of Glen St. Mary and
Leroy and Richelle Griffis of
Starke. She is a 2006 graduate
of Union County High School
and is pursuing an associate of
science degree in dental
hygiene.
The groom-elect is the son
of Alvin and Tonda Elixson of
Worthington Springs. He is a
2004 graduate of UCHS and is
the co-owner of Alvin Elixson
Truck and Tractor Company.
All family and friends' are
invited to attend the
ceremony.


Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Flanders


Flanders celebrate

their 55th anniversary


Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Flanders celebrated their 55'"
wedding anniversary recently.
Married Dec. 19, 1953 in
Newport, Vermont, the
Flanders' raised their family of
seven in Connecticut and


BIRTHS


Brittany Prescott
Bryan Morris

Prescott-Morris
to wed Mar. 7
Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Prescott of Starke. invite.
e'ersone to celebrate the
marriage of their daughter,
Brittany Nicole Prescott, to
Bryan Alan Morris of
Callahan.
The wedding will be an
event of Saturday, March 7,
2009, at 3 p.m. at First Baptist
Church of Starke. A reception
will follow in the church


Casey Pappas
& Aaron Brunt
Pappas, Brunt
to wed Mar. 14
Casey Pappas and Aaron
Brunt, both of Keystone
Heights, announce their
upcoming marriage.
The couple are set to be
married Sat.; March 14, 2009
in Hope Baptist Church with
Dr. F.V. Coons officiating.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Scott and Brenda
Pappas. She is a graduate of
Keystone Heights High
School, is employed by the
Bradford County Courthouse
and is a member of Hope
Baptist Church.
The groom-elect is the son
of Steven and Pam Brunt of
Keystone Heights. He is a
graduate of Keystone Heights,
is employed at Bradford
County Courthouse and is a
member of Hope Baptist
Church.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend the upcoming
wedding.


Layla Alexander

Layla Brooke
Alexander
Ashley Clark and Kevin
-Alexander of- Lake, -Butler
anoouniLe te ,birth -of a
-dabghtr, 4i taylatl tlBro6ke
Alexander, born Dec. 27,
2008, at 5:48 a.m. in Shands
UF in Gainesville, Fla. She
weighed 7 pounds and was 18
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Mary Shadd and Clayton,
Clark, both of Lake Butler.
Paternal grandparents are-
Bennie and Shirley Alexander,
both of Raiford.
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Brooklyn Hatcher

Brooklyn Starr
Hatcher
Timothy and Tessa Hatcher
of Keystone Heights announce
the birth of a daughter,
Brooklyn Starr Hatcher, born
Feb. 10, 2009 at 1:20 p.m. in
Orange Park. She weighed 6
pounds 14 ounces and was 19
!i inches in length. She joins a
brother, Jason Thomas.
Maternal grandparents are
Morris Thomas and Hyta
Campbell of Keystone
Heights. Maternal great-
grandmother is Ruth Johnson,
also of Keystone Heights.
Paternal grandparents are
Marshall and Brenda Hatcher
and paternal great-


moved to Keystone Heights 30
, years ago.
They have 17 grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren.
Four of their children live in
the Keystone and Melrose area
with their families.


grandparents are Henman and
Pat Looney, all of Middleburg.

Zenik Patrick
Josh and LaRae Patrick of
Bradford County announce the
birth of a son, Zenik Anthony
Patrick, born Feb. 11, 2009 in
Gainesville. He weighed 6
pounds 10 ounces and was 19,
inches in length. He joins a
sister, LaScena Huff and two
brothers, Dolan Huff and
Terron Patrick.
Maternal grandparents are
Wilma Geiger and the late
Anthony Geiger of Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Era Geiger and the late
Otis Geiger and the late
Bernice and Luther Jackson,
all ofIStarke. ,
-.J'acrnoal grandparents,, are
Randle and Betty Patrick.
Paternal great-grandparents are
Walker and Vera Patrick, all of
Grand Ridge.






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Adrionna Clarke

Adrionna
Clarke
SDaniel.and Mallisa Clark of
Lake Butler announce the birth
of a daughter,. Adrionna
Brooke Clarke, born Saturday,
Feb. 14, 2009 in Lake City.
She joins a brother, Jordon
Skyler Clark.
Maternal grandparents are
Susan Faye 'Johnson of
Lexington, Ky. and Timothy
Johnson of Lake Butler.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Geraldine Williams of
Lake Butler; Mellisa Walker of
Lawrenceburg, Ky., James
Campbell of Lexington, Ky.,
and Earl Johnson of London,
Ky.
Paternal grandparents are
Sandra and Malcolm Crews of
Lake Butler; and Tommy
Clarke, also of Lake Butler.
Paternal great-grandparents are
Lucille Regar and the late
Charlie Regar of Lake Butler
and Ernstine Clark and the late
Elzie Clark of Lake Butler.


Conner family
reunion set
The families of the late
Lawton and Carrie Conner will
hold their family reunion
Saturday, March 14, 2009, at
the Bayless Highway Baptist
Church, located on C.R. 225
about five miles west of
Starke.
Bring your favorite foods
and desserts. Activities will
begin at 11 a.m. with lunch at
noon.

Spellers to
raise money
for BCEF at
March 7 bee
Tickets are on sale now for
the Bradford County
Education Foundation spelling
bee, which is scheduled for
Saturday, March 7, at the
Charley E. Johns Conference
Center in Starke.
The event will begin with a
dinner at 6 p.m., followed by
the spelling bee at7:15 p.m.
Tickets cost $25, which
includes dinner, and may be
purchased at the Santa Fe
College Andrews Center or
from any Bradford County
Education Foundation
member. All profits go toward
supporting Bradford County
schools through the education'
foundation.
The bee will consist of 12
teams of two people each.

Starke Rec.
Dept.
accepting
summer camp
registrations
People may register their
children now for the Starke
Recreation Department's
summer camp and kiddie camp
(ages 3-5).
The camps are scheduled for
-June 8-July 31 at' a cost of
$300. Parents may begin
making payments now.
Registration lasts through
May.


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Old times have been forgotten


My children are part of the
"Boomers" generation-the
oldest born the same week
President Franklin D.
Roosevelt died (April 1945)
and the younger two born
subsequent to the end of World
War II. They have no concept
of life during the Depressio!
years, the decade of the 1930s.
While the Depression years are
considered to have begun with
the stock market crash on
Black Friday, in October 1929,
its effect on my family was
delayed a few months as road
building ground to a halt in
Florida. My father worked in
lime rock mines in Marion
County, which were dependent
on highway construction, and
the cessation of road building
closed out his job
opportunities.
In those days there was no
Workmen's Compensation, no
job security, no. health
insurance, no paid vacations,
no retirement benefits, nor wvas
there unemployment
compensation. All these
benefits would come later-
too late for working men and
women in the Southland, since
union labor did not reach into
the agricultural South until
much later.
Even so, there were families
that fared worse than us. My
parents, with flve children ages
6-21, moved to Worthington
Springs,'where my mother had
inherited a small acreage. In
the winter, my two older
brothers worked in frtit
packing plants in Ocala and
Lady Lake, returning .to
Worthington in summer to
assist in farming operations. In
1935, we built a home on the
property and our financial
situation slowly improved.
Everyone didn't regain
financial footing at the same
rate; some families recuperated
more quickly than others,
depending on children's ages
and other family situations. In
this area, the construction of
Camp Blanding gave the
economy a shot in the arm anl
put many families on'the road, r
to recovery.: '
President Herbert Hoover
was the fall guy. He was in
office on Black Friday, the
abrupt beginning of the dark
days ahead, and became a
political pariah. His name
became the synonym for "hard
times," and his political future
was ruined, even though the
Depression was worldwide,
and quite possible could not
have been averted by anyone,
not even a Roosevelt. (People
could no longer buy car tags,
so car frames were stripped of
bodies.and engines, fitted with
shafts or tongues for horse-
drawn vehicles, and called
"Hoover Wagons.")
In 1932, the nation
abandoned the Republican
Party to elect Roosevelt,
considered to be a "far-out"
liberal at the time, but actually
quite conservative by today's
standards. He and his
administration had more ideas
for putting people to work than
a dog has fleas. The Supreme
Court declared many of their
plans unconstitutional, but the
Court was only an irritant, as
new plans would soon replace
those condemned earlier.
To counteract the Court's
disagreeable opinions,
Roosevelt proposed' changing
the Supreme Court from nine
to 15 justices. It was his
biggest political blunder;as the
plan was shot down forthwith.
Many of his administration's
plans were outstanding and
beneficial. One of his first acts


was to close every bank in the program, it housed men and
nation for auditing. Known as boys in 1,500 camps of
a bank holiday, many banks approximately 60 men each,
never reopened. New rules and mostly in rural areas
regulations became effective, throughout the nation, its
FDIC (Federal Deposit outlying :possessions and
Insurance Corp.) was passed territories. Each man was paid
and implemented, and $30 per. month, with the
confidence was restored in the requirement that a minimum of
banking field. (Starke went $22 per month returned home
without a bank for nine months to dependents. The
in the- mid-1930s, and organization put the funds in
Bradford County residents escrow for those without
banked with the Farmers and dependents and gave it to the
Dealers Bank in Lake Butler). men upon discharge.
Unemployment reached.'.25 Many of the men were
percent, and wages dropped to. discharged directly into
10 cents an hour, or $1 a day. military service as enlistments
Soft drinks sold for a nickel (8- matured during the war years.
ounce Coca-Colas, 12-ounce There was a CCC camp near
Nehis), large candy bars for 5 Brooker, one at Camp O'Leno,
cents and cigarettes, (Wings, one at Fort Clinch, 'near'
Dominoes) for 10 cents per Fernandina, and others within
pack. (Premium brands, such the state. Many CCC alumni
as Camels and Lucky Strikes, continue living in the area.
sold for 15 cents, or two for 25 The generation ,of the
cents.) Local tobacco farmers "Boomers" doesn't understand
bought Fords in the mid-1930s there were times in the early
on 'a "farmer's plan"-50 .1930s where there wouldn't be
percent down (usually $400), any money in the house-not
within the remaining $400 due one thin dime-and nothing in
the "following July, when' the bank. Almost.everyone in
tobacco sold: The next.:year the country ran-an account in a
they would pay $400 again and local, grocery store, and the
get another new. car. The merchant "carried" the
system repeated itself year customer when money was
after year, but the amounts short, or when the hens quit
increased a small amount each laying. Eggs were the medium
year. In 1941., a top-of-the-line of exchange for the small
Master DeLuxe Chevorlet with farmer, and chickens pro% ided
a. radio and heater (the only much more than spending
extras available) delivered for money for the housewife.
$1,000. My generation may ha'e
'Pulpwood operations.began seen more changes that an\
in this 'area in 1933 and other generation,, past or
brought hard, manual-labor. future. In almost every field.
jobs in which cutting was done from farming to rocket
with. a 6-foot crosscut saw., science, there have been
After the blocks were cut, they unforeseen changes. Some
had to be stacked in pens for improve living conditions
loading onto a truck by man throughout the world. Some,
strength. It, now seems perhaps, are regressive.
impossible for two men to load Everyone has mone). some
the large blocks on a truck, the more than others, but fe\\ are
top layer-eing 10 feet above penniless and few go hungry in
ground. When the truck the United States. The deli\ er)
arrived at the rail siding, it had of medical services ma\ not be
to be unloaded in the same ,distributed equally to the rich
manner, and poor, but it is still the best
In those pre-computer days, in the world.
the paper market was limited, Some modern
'.,so paper mills would.-lose.to ccontraptions-4iTV 'i, for
incoming pulpwold Nilddrde. instance--dt.lj 2ntd represent ,
to time, and workers'would be" progress for-the man). It isn't
without jobs- for two to three the mechanical part of TV that
weeks at a time while the is defective; it is the
surplus wood was consumed, cheapening of morals b\
It would take many years for producers that render
the pulpwood industry to' television a threat to the innate
stabilize and mechanize into a goodness of Americans.
satisfactory business for the People have an inherent trait
producer and employees, that paints in the mind's eye all
Timber to feed the pulp yesterdays as the "good, old
mills was essentially yellow days," and the desire to "go
pine. Planting trees for harvest back home." Two things \e
was practically unknown prior have 'learned, the "good, old
to World War II, since hybrid days" weren't nearly as good
pines had not been perfected at as they seem in retrospect, and
that time. Essentially all stands one can "never go back home."
of yellow pines were boxed for By the same token, one who
turpentine production, and it thinks youth goes hand in hand
wasn't unusual for turpentine with good health into eternity
operators to get ownership of isn't being smart. Old age
the land along with the comes to all who live long
turpentine rights. The enough, and while it has its
turpentine industry died after compensations, there is a down
World War II with the demise side also. So live life to the
of the yellow pines, since the fullest and enjoy every day,
hybrid pines don't produce but remember that poor morals
rosin, and turpentine is now and poor health habits will
produced in a laboratory. exact a toll somewhere down
It was in the depths of the the road, and some damage can
Depression (1933) that the never be repaired.
federal government introduced By Buster Rahn, Telegraph
one of its more successful editorialist
"make-work" programs, the
Emergency Conservation
Corps Work, succeeded by the One may as well be asleep
Civilian Conservation Corps as to read for anything
(CCC). The program was read for anything
designed to provide but to improve his mind
employment and education for and morals, and regulate
boys (ages 1723), and jobs his conduct.
and living accommodations f6r: Laurence Sterne
former military men.171 BritshAuthor
The program ended June 30, 3-1768,BritishAuthor
1943. During the life of the


Jeff Cable
will be missed
Dear Editor:
I am writing in response to
the decision made by our new
superintendent regarding the
nonrenewal of Bradford
County Middle School's
Principal Jeff Cable's contract.
I have taught in Bradford
County for three years. I am
currently at Bradford High
School, but I was fortunate
enough to teach at Bradford
Middle School last year.
Speaking from first-hand
experience, Mr. Cable is a
highly qualified administrator.
Part of our problem in
Bradford is that administrators
get moved around so much
that they never get a chance to
set up a successful system. Mr.
Cable brought 25 years of
administrative experience to
this county. My experience at
BMS was exceptional. The
middle school was extremely
organized, the staff was a
cohesive unit and we all
maintained an incredible
amount of respect for Mr.
Cable. Our principal did a
tremendous job acquiring
resources for the school. His
contributions to our school
community are directly linked
to recent state testing results.
Last year, Bradford Middle
School's percentage of
students reaching high
standards in math and reading
were the highest they have
been in the seven years from
which the state posted on their
website:
http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org/d
efault.asp.
Mr. Cable set clear


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OBITUARIES


Voncille
Bessinger
STARKE-Lillian Voncille
Bessinger, 74, of Starke, died
Monday, March 2, 2009.
The daughter of Shiley Rhoden
and Julia Dukes Rhoden, Mrs.
Bessinger was a member of
Victory Revival Center of Starke.
She was preceded in death by her
parents, her husband Kenny
Robinson and two brothers,
Raymond Rhoden and Edwin
Rhoden.
Survivors include a son, Darrell
Wayne Robinson of Gainesville;
four daughters, Cheryl Wise
(Tommy), Karen Casey (Lee),
Brenda Reynolds (Steve), all of
Starke, and Linda Summerall of
Fort White; a brother, Harley
Rhoden; two sisters, Virginia Cain
and Juanita Scott; seven
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, March 5, at 11 a.m. in
the First Baptist Church of Starke.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke.


Florrie Brown
HAMPTON-Florrie Belle
Brown, 94, of Hampton, died
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009. Mrs..
Brown grew up in Louise, Fla.,
and later moved to Hampton. She
was a long-time member of
Hampton Baptist Church.
Survivors include a son, Lamar
I. Brown and his wife, Martha, of
Jacksonville; three grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Feb. 28, at Hampton
Baptist Church with burial in
Santa Fe Cemetery. Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke was in
charge of arrangements.


Dean Cassels
STARKE-The Rev. Leslie
Dean Cassels, 68, of Starke, died
Monday, March 2, 2009,
following an apparent heart attack.
Born in Plant City, Rev. Cassels
had lived in Bradford County for
the past 40 years. He graduated
from Florida State University-and
got his masters ,. at Nova
University. Rev. Cassels was band
master at Columbia County,
Bradford County and Union
County schools and retired at
Flagler Palm Coast High School.
He was ordained as a minister in
1979 and was pastor of Heilbronn
Springs Baptist Church for 22
years and was a member of First
Baptist Church of Starke. He was
preceded in death by his father,
Carl Cassels.
Survivors include his wife.of 47,
years, Betty Conerly Cassels; a
daughter. Selina Armstrong IRob
of Ja.ckson'.lle- a son, Dale
Cassels iReriee) of Starke: his
mother, Jewell M. Cassels of
Tallahassee; a brother, Leon
Cassels (Renee) of Starke; four
grandchildren, Brandon Scheetz,
Dylan Cassels, Shianne Cassels
and Brayden Cassels.
Funeral services will. be Friday,
*March 6, at 11 a.m. in the First
Baptist Church of Starke with the
Rev. Rodney Coe and the Rev.
Robert Dennison officiating.
Burial will be ih Conner Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. The family,,
will receive friends at the First
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Francis Catania
STARKE-Francis R. Catania,
60, of Starke, died Monday, Feb.
23, 2009. Born in Hartford, Conn.,
Mr. Catania was a corrections
officer with the Department of
Corrections. He was preceded in
death by his father, Anthony
Catania.
Survivors include his wife,
Jaquelynn Sullivan-Catania; his
mother, Mary-Louise Catania of
Enfield, Conn.; a brother Paul
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a stepson, Jimmy (Nikki)
Matthews of Valdosta, Ga.; a
stepdaughter, Kymberly Matthews
of Macclenny; and a
granddaughter, Alexis Matthews
of Valdosta.
Funeral services were held
Friday, Feb. 27, at Madison Street
Baptist Church with burial in
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke
was in charge of arrangements.


Vera Clyatt
LAKE BUTLER-Vera Rehberg
Clyatt, 94, of Lake Butler, died
Sunday, March 1, 2009, in her
home with her loving family near
her bedside.
"Mrs. Vera". as she was
affectionately called, lived her
joyfully abundant life in the
Southwestern part of Union
'County. She became a member of
the Harmony Free' Will Baptist
Church soon after she came to live
in Union County-as a bride in
1932, where she was the church
pianist/organist and a Sunday
school teacher for over 50 years.
She helped organize the Ladies
Auxiliary of her church, serving as
president for several terms. In the
late '60s, she was named to a
committee to help establish a
library in the church, where she
worked tirelessly to obtain books
appropriate to a church library.
After her nest became empty in
the early '60s, Mrs. Vera began to
teach piano lessons. Her first two
students were granddaughters who
traveled from Gainesville to take
lessons. She was also one of the
organizers of the Riverland Musi.c
Club, and served as president of
that organization many times.
Mrs. Vera enjoyed her students
who most often rode the school
bus to her home in the afternoons
for a good snack and their piano
lessons. She named her club the
"Pedal Pushers" and many of the
students participated in
competitions and were rewarded
with gold cups and ribbons. Mrs.
Vera was the'daughter of Lorenzo
Hardy Rehberg and Mamie Carter
Rehberg.
She was preceded in death by
her loving husband, James Robert
Clyatt, in 1993.
Survivors include her daughter.
"Jo.f'" (Ch:,pmrn" 'tWJLh.tt% 1 of'I
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Clyatt of Lake Butler and
daughter, Peggy Cason (Robert) of
Raiford; 13 grandchildren, 26
great-grandchildren and four
great-great-grandchildren. Mrs.
Vera loved her country home,
especially in the spring when the
brown-eyed Susans and petunias
bloomed abundantly all over her
yard. Many pictures were taken of
her with friends and family in this
beautiful place. She was a model
for her children, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren of
faithfulness, loyalty, love,
kindness and warm hospitality and
will' be remembered most for her
unwavering faith in God and her


unconditional love for everyone.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, March 4, in the
Harmony Free Will Baptist
Church with the Rev. Larry Clyatt
and the Rev. Bobby Clyatt
officiating. Burial was in Ft. Call
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
PAID OBITUARY

Richard Dyer
LAKE BUTLER-Richard Lee
"Dick" Dyer, 64, of Lake Butler,
died suddenly Saturday, Feb. 28,
at the Lake Butler Hospital.
Born in Huymeria, Ind., Mr.
Dyer lived most of his life in
Florida. the last 15 years in Lake


Henschel; a ,. daughter, Nancy
Blackall of Keystone Heights;
three stepchildren, Susan Stanley
of Keystone Heights, Linda Bedell
of Cocoa Beach and Richard
Bedell of Atlanta; three
grandchildren, a great-
granddaughter and five step
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
a later date. Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights was in charge of
arrangements.. For those who
desire, contributions may be made
to AmVets Post 86, 6685
Brooklyn Bay Rd., Keystone
Heights, FL 32656.
(Corrected Obituary)


Butler. He was preceded in death Leonel
by his father, Robert Dyer. Mr.
Dyer was a heavy equipment M artinez
operator for Seminole County and LAKE BUTLER-Leonel
was of the Baptist faith. Andrada Martine, 79, of Lake
Survivors include his wife of Andrada Martinez, 79, of Lake
Survivors include his wife of Butler died Friday, Feb. 27, 2009,
nine years, Betty Jean Dyer; his at the V.A. Medical Center in
mother and stepfather Betty and Lake City.
Ronald Green of Lake Butler; two Born in Corpus Christi, Texas,
daughters, Sherri Dixon of Mr. Martinez moved to Lake
Apopka and Vicki Witz of .>Butler four years ago. He was
Orlando; two sisters, Rita Farris of retired from the United States
Maryland and Dawn Green; a Army and was of the Baptist faith.
brother, Shawn Green; He was preceded in death by his
stepdaughters Linda John and parents Juan and Floratina
Barbara Touchstone; a stepson, Andrada Martinez and his wife,
Jimmy Hudnall; seven Linnie Faye Martinez, who died
grandchildren, nine step Feb. 2, 2009.
grandchildren and six step great- Survivors include three
grandchildren. daughters, Sheila Diane Duginski
A memorial service will be held of Pinedale, Wyo., Linda Nell
at a later date. Archer Funeral Jenkins of Lake Butler and Sherri
Home of Lake Butler was in Alene Helmes of Copperas Cove,
charge of arrangements. Texas; a sister, Leonora Rodriguez
of Houston, Texas; two grandsons,
Janice Frye four granddaughters and a great-
granddaughter. '
STARKE-Janice Marie Frye, Memorial services were held
42, of Starke, died Wednesday, Tuesday, March 3, in the Chapel
Feb. 25, 2009. She was preceded of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
in death by a sister, Darlene Butler with Pastor Arthur' O.
Hobkirk and grandparents, Peterson officiating. Burial will be
Dorothy Locke, Charles Gendron (at a later date under the direction
and Ruby and Thomas Evers. "of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Survivors include her husband, 7- Butler.
James Frye; two children, Amanda V
(Joseph) Kramer and Shauni Frye;
a grandson, Elijah Kramer; her W illiam M Organ
parents, John and Sally Hobkirk;
her parents-in-law, James and STARKE-William F. Morgan,
Barbara Frye Sr.; grandparents 68, of Starke, died Thursday, Feb.
Roy Locke and Pearl Gendron; a 26, 2009.
brother, John Hobkirk Jr.; brothers Born in Thomaston, Ala., Mr.
and sisters-in-law, Debbie and Morgan was the son of Obie and
Mike Laster, Patti and Mike Etta Jones Morgan. He was a
Newsom, Kathy and Terri retired truck driver and had his
Newsom, Donald and Ann Frye, own country band and was lead
Ronald and Nancy Frye and Janet singer for many years. Mr.
and Mike Driggers. Morgan was a member of the
In lieu of flowers, please donate American Legion Post #0250 in
In lieu of flowers, please donate Middleburg and member ,of the
to the American Cancer Society. Middleburg and membeof Moose Lodge
Arrangements were under the care #455Loyal Order of Moose Lodge
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services #455 in Jacksonville. his wife
oftarke.Survivors include his wife,
of Stake. b;7oo rth E ...l ,M f St ,k.


Floyd Henschel
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Floyd
Elnicr Hcnichlc, "6 of Keystone
H: lH-I hts, JdidJ \\W'r>J,, d,, Feb.
1S, _009 in (jines .lle
Born 'in Watertown, Wis., Mr.
Henschel moved to Keystone
Heights in 1967, from Maryland.
He was the son of Elmer and Ethel
Hooker Henschel. Mr. Henschel
was a 20-year career veteran of
the U.S. Navy where he earned the
rank of photographer's mate first
class. Following retirement from
the Navy, he was employed for 20
years as a sign maker with
Goldhead Branch State Park in
Keystone Heights. He was a
member of the AmVets Post 86 of
Keystone Heights and a member
of the Lutheran faith.
Survivors include his wife of 45
years,.. Margarete Schroeder


jlatUtLl L arI -iviorgaIIn of iare.,,
three sons, Brian, Clinton and
Corey of Jacksonville; a
stepdaughter, Elizabeth Oliver of
Electic, Ala.; a stepson, David
Salmi of Hurricane,'tahtister,
SLilliatr-:iGuptan fti nStadte-;- six
grandchildren, a great grandchild
and six step-great-grandchildren.
Memorial tributes may be made
to Hospice of Nature Coast. A
memorial service will be held at a


Memorial Gathering
Saturday, March 7,2009
10 a.m. to 12 Noon

Hurshel Ray Hager died
Feb. 17, 2009 of natural
causes. He is survived by his
wife, Patsy Schenck Hager;
a son, Donald Ray Hager
and five grandchildren. He
was the son of Hurshel
Hager and Rachel Ann
Chinn Hager in Westerville,
Ohio, March 7, 1941.
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later date. Direct Cremations of
Gainesville was in charge of
arrangements.

Tammy Perona
STARKE-Tammy Jean Perona,
45, of Starke, died Thursday, Feb.
26, 2009.
Moving to Starke from
Jacksonville five months ago,
Mrs. Perona loved photography
and arts and crafts. She was
preceded in death by her father,
Terry Stanley Sr., a daughter,
Angela-Starr Perona and her
father-in-law, the Rev. Ronald
Eugene Perona.
Survivors include her husband
of 17 years, Anton Perona; her
mother, Barbara Stanley; four
children, Travis Stanley Jr., Joni
Spencer (Robert) Michele Perona
(Kim) and Anthony Bryant Perona
(Marie); a brother, Bobby Stanley;
three sisters, Sheryl, Sandy and
Teresa; her mother-in-law, Doris
Perona and seven grandchildren.
Arrangements were under the
care of Archer Funeral Home
Services of Starke.


Stella
Tomlinson
LAKE BUTLER-Stella Mae
Brown Tomlinson, 73, of Lake
Butler died Tuesday, March 3,
2009 at the Lake Butler Hospital
following a sudden illness.
Born in Lake City, Mrs.
Tomlinson was the daughter of
Frank M. Brown and Leatie
Crawford Brown. She retired from
the Union County School. Board
after 18 years as a food service
manager. She was a member of
Johnstown Baptist Church. She
was preceded in death by her
husband, Charles Tomlinson Sr:,
a daughter, Geraldine Todd, a
brother Archie Brown and a sister
Letha Dicks.
Survivors include four
daughters, Janet Varnes, Joann
Trowell (James) .both of Lake
Butler and Darlene Johnson
(Steve) of McDonough, Ga..and
Linda Olin (Carl) of Raiford; a
son, Charles Tomlinson Jr.
(Teresa) of Lake Butler; two
brothers, Millard Brown of Lake
City and Mana Lee Brown of
Land of Lakes; a sister, Frances
Richardson of Lake Butler; 13
grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, March 7, at 11 a.m. at
the Johnstown Baptist Church.
with Pastor Tim Ellison
officiating. Burial will be in Mt.
Zion Cemetery under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler. The family. will receive
friends at the funeral home from
6-8 p.m. Friday, March 6.


Vincent
GREEN COVE SPRINGS-
Bradford Lewis Vincent, 83, of
Green Cove Springs, died


Monday, March 2, 2009 at the
Acosta Center of Caring in
Jacksonville following an
extended illness.
Born in Rutland, Vt., Mr.
Vincent was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II, the Korean
Conflict and the Vietnam Conflict
and retired after 20 years of
service. He was an aircraft
electrician with the Civil Service
following retirement. Mr. Vincent
was a member of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars and a member of
Beulah Baptist Church of
Middleburg. He was preceded in
death by his parents, Louis and
Jessie Vincent and a son, Cliff
Vincent.
Survivors include his wife,
Bobbie McCarley Vincent of
Green Cove Springs; two sons,
Colin D. "Buddy" Vincent
(Carolyn) of Middleburg and Alan
L. Vincent (Lynne) of Green Cove
Springs; a sister, Jean Danforth of
Virginia; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, March 6, at 12 p.m in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral.
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Bill Clayton officiating.
Burial will be in Elzey Chapel
Cemetery near. Worthington
Springs under the direction of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler. The family will receive
friends from I1 a.m. to 12 noon at
the funeral home prior to the
service on Thursday.


Buddy
Wilkerson
GRAHAM-Horace N. "Buddy"
Wilkerson Jr., 62, of Graham, died
Sunday, March 1, 2009. He was a
Navy veteran and a retired
correctional officer. Mr.
Wilkerson was preceded in death
by his father, Horace N.
Wilkerson Sr. and a brother
Mathew "Scott" Wilkerson.
Survivors include his wife,
Shirley Whitaker Wilkerson; his
mother, Mary M. Wilkerson of
Graham; a son, Timothy W.
Wilkerson; a daughter and son-in-
law, Donna and Ed Skarosi of
Mims, Fla.; stepchildren, Nicky
Gauthier and Eddie Pollard; 11
grandchildren, four sisters and a
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Wednesday,' March '4, in the First
Baptist Church of Waldo.
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Page 6B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR March 5, 2009


Recent
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Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Joseph Michael Starling Jr.,
35, of Hampton was booked
into the Bradford County Jail
oh Feb. 23 by Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO)
deputies for non-support. Cash
bond was set at $945. An order
of release was issued by the
judicial hearing officer on Feb.
'23 and he was released on that
date.
Fredrick Nelson, 21, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 23 by
Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for possession
of more than 20 grams of a
controlled substance. Bond
was set at $15,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Tommy Lynn Crews, 28, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 23 by
SPD officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Cash bond was set at
$500 and he was released on
bond Feb. 23.
Mitchell Terry Durrance, 22,
of Tampa was arrested Feb. 23
by BCSO deputies on an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $2,000 and he was
released on bond Feb. 23.
Scott Allen Miller, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
23 by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Feb. 23.
Bryant Darold Hunter, 36, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 23
by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked, tresspass after
warning, possession of more
than 20 grams of a controlled
substance and resisting an
officer without violence. Total
bond was set at $16,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Steven James Marzullo, 51,
of Lake City was arrested Feb.
23 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $4,000 and 'he'
remained in jail as of press
time.
Michael Woodard Sumn9r,
34, of Starke was arrested Feb.
23 by BCSO deputies for
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis (marijuana)
and violation of parole. Bond
was set at $1,000 on the
possession charge, but Sumner
was being held on no bond for
the parole violation. He
remained in jail as of press
time.
Steven Roberts, 41, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 24 by
SPD officers for possession of
crack cocaine. Bond was set at
$15,000 and he was released
on bond Feb. 24.
Melissa Dawn Padgett, 27,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 24
by BCSO deputies for retail
theft. She was released on his
own recognizance Feb. 24.
Jennifer Anne Daniels, 21,
of Lake City was arrested Feb.


24 by BCSO deputies for
burglary of an unoccupied
structure, forgery, uttering a
forged instrument and petit
theft. She was released on her
own recognizance Feb. 25.
John Quincy Adams, 39, of
Williston was arrested Feb. 24
by SPD officers on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $7,500 and he was released
on bond Feb. 24.
Kimberly Marie Henry, 27,
of Gainesville was arrested
Feb. 24 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $2,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Gary Martin Abrams, 55, of
Alachua was arrested Feb. 24
for failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Livingston Alexander
Timothy, 37, of Gainesville
was arrested Feb. 24 by
Florida Highway Patrol (FHP)
troopers as a habitual traffic
offender/driving while license
is suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $11,000 and he was
released on bond Feb. 25.
Russell Wayne Dugger, 26,
of Brunswick, Ga., was
arrested Feb. 24 by BCSO
deputies for failure to appear.
in court on bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance Feb. 25.
Jesse James-Lamar Ricks,
19, of Starke was arrested Feb.
24 by BCSO deputies for
grand theft, lewd or lascivious
act on a victim between 12-15
years of age, criminal
mischief, and resisting an
officer without violence. Total
bond was set at $54,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Thomas O. Marshall, 30, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 24
bySPD officers for possession
of more than 20 grams of a
controlled substance,
tampering with evidence and
resisting an officer without
violence. Total bond was set at
$21,000 and he was released
on bond Feb. 25.
Tiffany Marie Quinn, 26, of
Earleton was arrested Feb. 24
by SPD officers for violation
of restrictions placed on a
driver'ss" license and possession
of drug paraphernalia. Total
bond was set at $3,500 and she
was released on bond Feb. 25.
Spencer Dewitt Byrd, 24, of
Crosby Lake was arrested Feb.
25 by BCSO deputies for
burglary, grand theft and
criminal mischief. Total bond
was set at $26,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Chad Taylor Villines, 23, of
Keystone Heights was booked


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into the Bradford County Jail
Feb. 25 on three counts of
burglary of an unoccupied
structure and two counts of
petit theft. Total bond was set
at $32,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Jason Eugene Mayer, 31, of
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25 for failure to appear in court
on bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance Feb. 26.
Sharon Feeney Waldeck, 50,
of Starke was arrested Feb: 25
by SPD officers for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $2,000 and
she was released on bond Feb.
25.
Steven Gerard Frazier, 36,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 26
by BCSO deputies for
possession of a controlled
substance with intent to sell.
Bond was set at $50,000 and
he was released on bond Feb.
28.
James Rodney Lucas Jr., 28,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 26
by BCSO deputies for
possession of a controlled
substance with intent to sell.
Bond was set at $50,000 and
he was released on bond Feb.
27.
SPaul Allen Holt, 23, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 26 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Feb. 28.
John Franklin Bums, 36, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 26 by
BCSO deputies for burglary of
an occupied dwelling, grand
theft and criminal mischief. He
was released on his own
recognizance Feb. 27.
Anthony Wayne Fordyce,
32, of Starke was arrested Feb.
28 by BCSO deputies on two
out-of-county warrants. He
was being held on no bond.


Gregory Chandler, 46, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 28 by
SPD officers for retail theft
and resisting an officer without
violence. Total bond was set at
$6,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Anthony Outland Altman,
23, of Starke was -arrested
March 1 by SPD officers as a
habitual traffic offender-
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Joshua M. Davis, 29, of
Starke was arrested March 1
by BCSO deputies for breach
of the peace. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond March 1.
Tina Marie Wooten, 40, of
Starke was arrested March 1
by SPD officers on two counts
of fraudulent use of a credit
card. She was being held on no
bond.
Timothy Lee Tyler, 50, of
Starke was arrested March 1
by SPD officers on two counts
of fraudulent use of a credit
card. He was being held on no
bond.
William Tracy White Sr.,
40, of Starke was arrested
March 1 by SPD officers on
two counts of fraudulent use of
a credit card. He was being
held on no bond.
Justin Buchler, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 24 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies on a warrant for petit
theft.
Justin Fairbanks, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 24 by CCSO deputies for
domestic battery.
Rachel Jones, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 24 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for contempt of
court.
Jeremy Ramdhan, 20, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 26


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The inaugural Santa Fe
College Bradford Fest
concluded Feb. 20-21
with a golf tournament
and the Boots 'n BBQ
event. The two events
raised approximately
$8,700 for the college's
"Dollars for Scholars"
program, which will
fund scholarships
specifically for Bradford
County students. LEFT:
City of Starke
commissioner Wilbur
Waters seasons meat as
he competes in the
backyard division of the
Boots 'n BBQ as part of
the City Slickers team.
RIGHT: The overall
winner of the backyard
division was the All-In
Smokers team,
composed of (I-r) James
Hall, Jim Lewis, Donald
Clemmons and Gene
Tanner.


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Andrews Center, is
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tournament. The team
consisted of (I-r) Todd
Gillenwaters, Jeff
Carver and Robert
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BASEBALL

Keystone

picks up first

win, defeats
Bradford

Indians follow game
up with district win
over Interlachen

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Brett Anderson and Trevor
Crews drove in two runs each
in a six-run fifth inning as the
Keystone. Heights baseball
team defeated visiting
Bradford 8-3 Feb. 26.
It was the first win for
Keystone, a Class 3A state
semifinalist last year, after
starting out 0-3. The Indians
got a solid five innings out of
pitcher Bobby Dugard, who
struck out seven of the first
nine batters he faced. Dugard
finished with 12 strikeouts and
allowed three hits.
The Indians' first run was
unearned after Bradford
pitcher Charles Jones walked
Zak Davis to lead off the
bottom of the third. A
throwing error to first base
allowed Davis to move to


second, while a single by Ryan
Latner put him at third. Davis
scored on a single by Clayton
Mosley.
Bradford was able to answer
in the top of. the fifth after
Ryan Crawford was walked by
Dugard. Crawford stole second
before being replaced by
courtesy runner Markael
Moore. Moore stole third
before scoring on a fielder's
choice on a ball put into play
by Jones.
Latner led off Kesytone's
half of the fifth with a walk,
while Mosley was hit by a
pitch. An error on Dugard's
sacrifice bunt attempt allowed
Latner to score. Anderson
followed that with a single into
right field, which put Keystone
up 4-1. With two outs, Crews
doubled into center field for
another two runs. Davis then
hit a line drive triple past first
base to score a run and put the
Indians up 7-1.
Zach Coe scored a run for
Bradford in the sixth, but
Keystone closer Kyle Cravey
was able to record three
strikeouts in the innings.
Keystone tacked on its last
run in the bottom of the sixth.
Cole Stanford, who was hit by
a pitch, scored on a single by
Chambers-his third of the
game.
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error and infield hit by Alvin
Shireman.
Shireman finished the game
with two singles for Bradford.
Cravey, in his two innings of
work, allowed two hits while
.striking out five.
Chambers led all batters,
going 3-for-3, while Mosley
was 2-for-3, Anderson and
Latner were each 2-for-4,
while Crews had a hit in his
only plate appearance;
Bradford was the fourth
straight opponent from a larger
classification the Indians had
played this season. The Indians
played their first game against
a fellow Class 3A school on
Feb. 27, traveling to
Interlachen and defeating the
Rams 12-0 in five innings to
start out 1-0 in District 6.
Five Keystone batters
finished the game with at least
Stwo hits, including Chambers
and Brantley Lott, who drove
in two runs apiece. Chambers
was 2-for-4 with a double,
while Lott was 2-for-2.
Anderson collected three
hits in four at-bats with a
double and an RBI, while
Cravey and Latner were each
2-for-3. Anderson and Latner
each scored two runs, while
Cravey drove in one.
Michael Rothwell hit a
double for the Indians,, who
went up 6-0 with a five-run
second inning.
Mosley .picked up his first
win on the mound this year,
limiting the Rams to one hit.
The Indians (2-3) played
Interlachen again. March 4 and
will host district opponent
Union County Friday, March
6, at 7 p.m. Keystone travels to
play Palatka Monday, March
9, at 7 p.m. before returning
home to play Middleburg
Tuesday, March 10, at 7 p.m.


BHS digs

early hole in

1 1-4 loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford baseball team
fell in a hole early that was too
deep to climb out of in an 11-4
loss to host Fort White Feb.
27.
Bradford (2-3 prior to March
3) fell behind 7-0 after two
innings.
The rest of the game wasn't


so bad as each team scored
four runs. Three of Bradford's
four runs came off of home
runs by Alvin Shireman and
Trey Winkler.
Bradford played District 3-
4A opponent Santa Fe this past
Tuesday and will travel to play
district opponent Middleburg
tonight, March 5, at 6:30 p.m.

Earlier result:

BHS 4 Ridgeview 3
Chris Mejias batted in the
go-ahead run to help Bradford
defeat district opponent
Ridgeview 4-3 Feb. 24 in
Starke.
The Tornadoes had lost six
in a row to Ridgeview, but got
a .strong performance from
Ryan McKeown on the mound
in improving to 1-1 in the
district. McKeown (1-1) gave
up five hits and struck out five
in a complete-game
performance.
Mejias, whose game-
yjnning hit occu red in the
bottom of the sixth after
Ridgeview tied the game in the
top of the inning, went 2-for-3
with a double. Charles Jones
also went 2-for-3 with a
double.


three runs and was one of five
Union batters with at least two
hits. Dukes was 2-for-3, as was
Jake Prevatt, while Ryan Davis
and Clinton Vaughn were each
2-for-4. Prevatt and Vaughn
each had an RBI.
Seth Parrish was a perfect 2-
for-2 as Union had 12 hits in
all.


GRAD
Continued from page 1B

Will receive a gift bag courtesy
of the Bradford County Health
Department. Participation in
games and activities also gives
students opportunities to win
prizes.
This year's event will have
such activities as Guitar Hero,
gladiator joust; giant
slide/obstacle course,
American Idol, Fear Factor,
relays, a cash box and a
spinning wheel which will
have students acting out some
kind of dare in order to win a
prize.
Various food items will be
available, including pizza,
hamburgers, subs,, wings,
nachos and fries, as well as
various soft drinks and water.


Tigers Sweep

Pierson Taylor SON NY
S. -^.,.-.. Continued from page 1 B


iur bSedbaUS S
first wins
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It may have been an 0-4 start
to the season, but the Union
County baseball team is
perfect in District 6-3A after
wins over Pierson Taylor Feb.
27 and March 2.
The Tigers (2-4, 2-0 in
District 6 prior to March 3)
scored 13 runs in a Feb. 26
game against Baldwin, but still
.lost 14-13. The team finally
broke through into the win
column Feb. 27, getting a two-
hit performance from pitcher
Thomas Cason in a 10-0 win
over visiting Taylor in five
innings.
Cason struck out 11 and
walked just one batter, while
getting solid defense behind
him. The Tigers committed no
errors.
Offensively, Dukes drove in


He hasn't changed the menu
though, at least not because of
the d6cor. Actually, he said,
new items are added to the
menu every once in a while.
The Starke restaurant is often
used as a corporation test site
for new ideas. The restaurant
consistently ranks in the top 10
in everything from the
company's annual sales to
customer satisfaction.
There are reasons for that,
Reddish said. Among those
are his special care in staff
training which brings high
marks in customer satisfaction.
If all the table lights are on
one circuit but the customer
wants the light over his table
turned off-and the light bulb
can be easily unscrewed-
Reddish said he would do it. If
there's no rush in the kitchen
.and a group wants .wings
cooked differently than is
,usual, Reddish tells the staff to
satisfy the customer.


Union was leading 1-0
before scoring five runs in the
third. The Tigers had 11
batters in all that inning,
including Dukes, who had a
two-run single, and Davis, who
drove in one run with a single.
On March 2, the Tigers

See TIGERS, p. 12B


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prizes and cash. You can also
help by simply being a
volunteer, whether it's
attending committee meetings
and suggesting ideas or
helping to chaperone the event.
If you are interested in
helping, please call Colleen
Scott-Hall at (904) 964-5382
or Nancy Odom at (904) 966-
6086. You may also attend the
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the boardroom at the Santa Fe
College Andrews Center.
Students interested in
attending the event should see
Odom at her office at Bradford
High School or call the
school's main office at (904)
966-6086.


All menu items are cooked
on location, he said; nothing
arrives frozen or pre-cooked at
a central kitchen.
"And no sauce," Reddish
said. "I want to see exactly
what I'm getting."
Meats are actually
barbecued using-yup-real
wood and then gas or electric
supplements for additional
cooking or warming. Public
health requirements intervene
and different meats, like
chicken or pork, get additional
attention from non-wood fires.
"We use blackjack oak. It's
purchased by corporate offices
and supplied to Sonny's
restaurants everywhere,"
Reddish said. "It's even
peeled, there's no bark on it,
which tends to create ash."
"Barbecue is surprisingly
high tech," Reddish said.
But Reddish credits his real
success with his community-
oriented outlook and his
personal philosophy.
"You can't be a success in
the restaurant business-.
maybe in any business-if you
don't like people," he sail..


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KH basketball

program to

host fishing

tournament
A fundraising fishing
tournament for the girls'
basketball program at
Keystone Heights High School
is scheduled for Saturday,
March 14, at the Santa Fe Lake
boat ramp on 21B.
The tournament, which
begins at safe light and lasts
until 2 p.m., will award cash
prizes for first through third
place. Based on 30 boats
participating, first place will
win $390, while second and
third will win $150 and $60.
There will also be a big bass
prize of $300 as well as other
prizes. Lunch will be provided.
The cost to enter is $50 per
boat (two-man team).
Applications may be picked
up at Keystone Heights High
School, Keystone Heights
Elementary School and Bald
Eagle Bait and Tackle. Teams
may also sign up at the boat
ramp the day of the event.
For more information,
please call Jessica Carter at
(352) 258-4207.

Kiwanis

Blues-BBQ

planned
Lake Region Kiwanis plans
its second annual Blues and
Barbecue, Saturday, March 14,
from 3-6:30 p.m.
The event will be held in the
Keystone United Methodist
Church's family life center.
Profits from the event will
be donated to Keystone youth
programs and Kiwanis'
Terrific Kids.
The event will feature the
6th Street Rhythm and Blues
Review. Tickets are $12. Take-
,out orders will also be
available and silent auctions


will be held throughout the
afternoon.
Tickets are available from
Kiwanis members and through
McRae anu Neystone
Elementary School Parent-
Teacher Associations. For
further information, visit
www.lakeregionkiwanis.org.

Tickets

available

Monday for

LRCT's latest

production
Tickets go on sale Monday,
March 9, for the Lake Region
Community Theatre's "Night
of One Acts," which begins
Friday, March 27.
Performance dates are 7
p.m. March 27-28 and April 3-
4, and 2 p.m. March 29 and
April 5.
The performance includes
"Counting to Three" by Joe
Anson, "Blind Woman's
Bluff' by Janet S. Tiger and
"Good Night, Carolyn" by
Conrad Seiler.
Tickets prices are $12 for
adults and $10 for children 12
and under. (The suggested age
for these performances is 14
and older.)
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p.m. Monday and
Wednesday., 4-6 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays, and


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Drama camp

offered during

BC schools'

spring break
The Lake Region
Community Theatre will be
hosting a mini drama camp
Monday-Friday, April 6-10,
from 9 a.m. until noon for
children 8-16. The camp will
be a readers theater experience.
The theater is also offering
Beginning Acting I workshops
in Starke on Saturdays from 10
a.m. until noon for ages 7-14.
Tiny Jammers I classes-six-
week music program for
children 4-6-will be offered
11 a.m.-noon on Tuesdays in
Keystone Heights and 3-4 p.m.
on Wednesday in Starke.
Also, the theater, is looking
for teens (13-17) interested in
a musical theater workshop.
This will involve learning
scenes that lead into musical
numbers-how to carry acting
from talking into singing.
For more information on any
of these programs, please call
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2422 or the Lake Region
Community Theatre at (352)
226-4082. You may also send
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parents and scouts expressed
their sincere appreciation to
Cubmaster Greenough for the
excellent job he has done in
organizing and helping to
make the pack very successful.
The annual pinewood derby,


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piece of wood to race in the
gravity-driven race. These
events began more than 50
years ago and still thrill Cub
Scouts as they compete for the
fastest car. Little has changed
in the derby since 1953.
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43 million sons and fathers
(mostly) have participated.
Food for the Blue and Gold
banquet was donated and
catered by Cooter Bob's
Sampson City BBQ. Flowers
were donated by Strawberry
Patch Florist in Starke.
Any parents interested in
enrolling their sons in Cub
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Greenough at (904) 364-7450.


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Supermoto Races & Rally Races
March 6 Open Track Day Cars &
Supermoto Track time and test &
tunes
March 21 Open Track Day
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SLand for Sale
71 ACRES NORTH OF
STARKE. Great invest-
ment property. $140,000
cash. Call 352-473-
5002.


FOR RENT

Retail Space Downtown Starke. Can
build out to your specifications. As is...

$550/mo w/Lease
Call 904-964-6305
SALL TERRAIN VEHICLES
05 Honda TRX 300EX .........................$2995
07 Polaris Hawkeye 300.............. ............ $3495
05 Polaris TrailBoss 330............. ............3495
05 Polaris Sportsman 400....................... 3895
07 Polaris Predator 500.......................$ 4495
06 Polaris Predator 500..................................... 3995
05 Polaris Predator 500.................................... 3895
05 Polaris Sportsman 500 ...................3895
07 Can-Am 650cc I M ................................. 5995
05 Yamaha Raptor 660 ................ 3895
04 Polaris Sportsman 700.............................4295
07 Polaris Sportsman 800 (1 left) .................... 6295
07 Kawasaki KFX700................ ............4495
06 Polaris Sportsman 800 ................... 5995
POLARIS OF GAINESVILLE
12256 NW Hwy 441 386-418-4244


KEYSTONE/SILVER
SANDS Estates, owner
finance, payments from
$100 a month. Building
lots across from lake,
mobile home lots on lake.
Paved road, call 352-478-
6208. ., .-- .... ,
ACREAGE S FARMS Bal.
er County, 40 acres to 120
acres, starting at $4000
per acre. 904-259-8028.
SIX ACRES IN MACCLEN-
NY $20,000 an acre, call
904-259-8028.
FIVE ACRE HOMESITE
on paved road in Union
County. Mobile homes
are allowed. Smaller
tracts are also available.
Owner financing is op-
tional. Call386-431-1714
for more information.
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
1.75 acres, beautiful high
and drypasture land. Mo-
bile homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $25K. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470 or 904-964-9222,
(owner/agent).
'STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA Several 1&1/2
acre lots. Call 386-496-
0683 or352-284-7608.
46
Real Estate (Out
of Area)
TENNESSEE PROPERTY,
allorpart. 177acreswith
4BR/2BA log home. Lots
of wildlife, water, road
frontage. Low taxes. Call
352-473-5002 for more
info.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
OFFICESPACE FOR RENT.
Two small offices for rent,
reasonable rates.. 410W.
Main St., Lake Butler, FL.
Contact John Berchtold,
City of Lake Butler at 386-
496-3401.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
SQ FT. Bradford Indus-'
trial Park. $800/mth for
each bay. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.


NEW PROFESSIONAL OF- BANK REPOS START- 352-473-3728.
FICES at 417 West Call ING AT $5,000. Call for TRIPLE WIDE MH for sale
Street for lease. Ideal for current inventory, save 4BR/2BA, in Country se
medical, legal, accolnt- thousands.. All makes ting w/huge Oak trees
ing or business offices. and models. Call Allstar, Putnam County, on Bele
$350 including utilities 352-622-9910. my Rd. $161,000, call fc
and laxes or all J office. 2008 28 x 52, 3BR/2BA appointment. 904-219
' lor $290neaCh pl'iullilh. "-'s' 'M4 -~f ', deliveryr--" 2059oT'352--473-3728:-
and taxes. Call 352-275- "setup.'skirting, steps & KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, ful
8531 today for a.walk. '.nsiailetb $52,900. nished,"1BR71:BA, larg
through. CaII 90-259-8028 for. deck, near Brooklyn Lake
more information. $450 month & utilities
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE 200932 x 80, 4BR/2BA, liv- 1 month security. Ca
SPACE FOR RENT ingroom& den. Delivery, 352-216-5111 or 352
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000 setup,,skirting, steps, A/C 216-8027.
SQ FT. Bradford Indus- installed. $69,900. Call RENTAL HOME IN LAKE
trial Park. $800/mth for 904-259-8028. BUTLER, Beautiful 4BR
each bay. Smith& Smith 2009 32 x 64 4BR/2BA. 2BA block home for $950
Realty, 904-964-9222. Delivery, setup, skirt- mo. 1 acre yard, washed
ing, steps, A/C installed. dryer & dishwasher in
48 $56,900. Call 904-259- cluded. Application ani
Homes for Sale 8028. credit check required
LARGE NEW3BR HOMES BRAND NEW 3/2 Skyline Call 352-256-1932.
from 50K. A dome home MH on 1 acre. Doe Trail FOR RENT, 3BR/2BA MI
is your answer to an af- Court, never lived in. on 1 acre. CH/A, Fron
fordable energy efficient Owner will finance with porch, screened patio
home. Venture Domes- $10,000 down. Call 352- and fenced yard. $650
build green. HHHen- 478-6208. mo & deposit. Only fiv
ry352.468 1808or suth- NEW HOMECOMING must minutes from downtown
erncmfrt@windstream sell old one. 1990Clayton Starke. Service animals
net. 14x60, in good condi- only. Call 352-384-394
HOME FOR SALE by owner. tion. Only asking $9600, for more information.
3BR/2BA, $174,000. On Will deliver to your lot for STARKE, 3BR/1BA, nea
1.62 acres, providence, that price. Call 386-867- school. All new carpet
Call 386-438-0407. 3347. 'kitchen & fenced in bac
2 STORY HOUSE, 2000 MUST SELL NEVER TI- yard. $700/mo, plus$75C
sq. ft. 4BR/2BA, new TLED 28x60. All war- security dep. Service
metal roof, new electrical, ranties apply, only asking animals only. 352-473
plumbing, A/C, flooring $43,900. Will set-up & 8055.
& cabinets. 660 Epper- deliver to your lot at my COZY, 3BR/1.5BA home
son St., Starke, asking own expense. Ask for Keystone Heights. Greal
$145,000. Matt or Dana at 352-682- neighborhood, within
HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2031. walking distance to town.
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson HOMES FOR SALE Own $700 a month & $700 de-
St. Starke, $55,500. Call your own home! From posit. Call352-473-4489
352-745-0039. $499 to $575/mth. Flex- or 352-226-6708.
CUSTOM HOME BUILD- ible financing. For more KEYSTONE RENTAL 3BRi
ERS. Call Stevenson information, call Hidden 1BA Near schools, very
Construction Co., Inc. Oak Mobile Home Park clean, large screened in
We design, build. Es- in Lake Butler 904-382- porch. $675/mo, plus
tablished in 1976. Call 1474. $700 security deposit.
904-964-5086, or visit RENT TO OWN, pay- Serviceanimalsonly. Call
Stevensonhomebuild- ments from $385/MTH. 352-473-8055.
ers.com: CGC003344 For details, call Hidden 3BR/2BA, garage, large
CBC1253234. Oaks Mobile Home Park, yard, extra clean and
49 386-496-8111. Ill nice area. 14u3 E.
Mobile Homes 50 Call St. One year lease,
$800/mo& deposit. Apply
for Sale For Rent at 904-964-8073
ATTN: NEW DOUBLE- SW IN COUNTRY setting HOUSEMATE WANTED to.
WIDE delivered and set- 2BR/1BA, Hampton. On share a very nice, new
up, $37,900. Land/home CR 18. SW in Tiny Cove, 3BR/2BA house on 2
packages starting at Keystone Heights. Call


$650/mth. Repos avail-
able. Call Homemart at
352-307-2244.


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* Limerock Concrete Sand
* Slag Rock Crusher Run
* Crushcrete Masonry Sand'
* Millings Gravels

Bradford Limerock
Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
904-509-912 .


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FOR SALE


Small 3BR House completely
remodeled. New wiring, A/C, roof, tile,
carpet. Was $109,000.

REDUCED $99,000
O. w i Oner financed w.a.c.
CIal 904-964-8602
-0 ger 6:00 p.m. please


I-FImes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
Vacation Properties for Rent in the
Keystone, Melrose, Starke, Hawthorn'
Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
:month. Apartments in Starke starting
at $850 'per month.
S... Call for Free List
1 : : 'ifessional Property
0"1i managementt Services
S>Orffered by.Trevor Waters Realty


*acres in Worthington ground pool, $1500 per
Springs. Female pre- month. Up to $200 per .:
t. ferred, must be very clean. month credit towards city
s. Rent negotiable. CallJ.R. utilities. Call.352-745-
at 352-317-0049. 1212. Owner/broker.
CUTE SMALL 1BR/1BA STARKE, 3BR/1BA, near
S mobile home, located in school. All new carpet,
Raiford.on SR121. Free kitchen & fenced in back
garbage pick up and wa- yard.'$70i-rr,:m plus $750.
e ter, stove an'drefr' a r securityy :. '.
included. $300/mth with animals only 352.4-.1
$250 security deposit. 8055.
I Serviceanimalsonly. Call KEYSTONE RENTAL 3BR/
S 386-431-1631. 1BA Near schools, very
2BR/1BA IN RAIFORD ON clean, large screened in
E CR 229. $500 month porch. $675/mo, plus
1/ &$500 deposit, service $700 security deposit.
/ animals only. Call 386- Service animals only. Call
431-1917 or 904-966- 352-473-8055.
1396. LOW UTILITIES, clean 2BR/
d 2BR/1BA concrete home. 1BA MH. Fenced in lot
CH/A, carport A storage in Starke, $550 monthly,
building, extra clean! Or- $400 deposit. SeniorCiti- '
H chid Ave. in Keystone zen discount is. possible.
t Heights. $650/mo. Call All maintenance included,
904-504-5844. ,:, safe neighborhood. Call
/ WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedrodr M 352-473-5214. : "
S MH, clean, closetoprison,- 2BR/1BA HOME, close
nI Call1352-468-1323. to High School. $500
SSPECIAL RENTAL 2 & 3 month. 1st, last& deposit
9 BR OR LAKEFRONT 2/2. Available March 45th, call
Deposit required. Call 352-213-6561 for more
r 678-438-6828 or 678- information.
438-2865. 3BR/2BA DW ON CR 221
ONE MONTH FREE. 2, CH/A& dishwasher. DW
S 3 AND 4BR starting at isin a quietarea.$600per
$579. W/D hook-ups, month plus deposit. Call
fitness center, computer 352-468-3221.
room, pool. Pets wel- 3BR/2BA HOUSE, CH/A, :,
Some. Whispering Oaks largeden, enced yard, in
S Apartments, 904-368- Starke. 1st/last/ $750 per
S I0007. month + $600 sec. de-
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS posit. References service
2 AND 3 BR mobile posit. References, service,
2 AND 3 BR mobile animals only, 1 year lease,
homes. $400/mth and Call 904-964-5356.
up. Rent includes pool, 2/1 MOBILE HOME IN GRA-
garbage, yard and home HAM area: Security & first
.maintenance. Ca 386- month. Service animals-.
FOR RENT- FURNISHED only. No smoking, call
FOR RENT FURNISHED 352-468-2544 or 352-,
2BR MOBILE HOME. 3183952
Shed, patio, large fenced STARKE 2BR/1BA HOME
yard. Very clean, service incitylimits, $350/mo &ME
animals only. in city limits, $350/mo &
artimals only. $600/mth deposit. 352-235-6319.
plus security. 10 miles 3BR/2BA HOME, with ga-
west of Starke. Call 386- rage in nice, quiet, area
496-0683. a nc
496-06BR3.5BA home with in- of Starke. 1 year lease &.
4BR.BA home with in- deposit: $725 a month.
** 1 -. __ .
MOTORCYCLES
07 Yamaha XVS11ATW-VStar Silverado............8495
07 Yamaha XV11W-VStar Custom.............. 6995
06 Yamaha V2F-R6600CL)....................... 7995
07 Honda CBR6 R7.................................... 8495
08 Harley Daiidson XL1200 C.................. ....1 9999
07 Suzuki GSX-600 R......................................... 8495
06 Yamaha.WR 450F...... ........................... 4495
08 Honda Nighthawk 250........................ 995
06 Yamaha Virago 250............................. 2995
07 Kawasaki Vucan 500...........................4495
08 Yamaha FJR1300 Touring...........................$11,999
08 Honda Shadow Spirit 750..........9.... 595
06 Honda CBR 1000 SOLD........ .......... 7995
07 Kawasaki Ninja ZXZ-1OR ..................8195
05 Victory K ingp ............................................ $ 0995
07 Suzuki M ................................ ........ 9995
04 Suzuki Marauder ...............................6495
05 Honda VTX1300 ................................6495
07 Honda VTX1300 C7 .......................... 7695
07 Yamaha V-Star 1300cc) OL............... 7995
POLAR S OF GAINESVILLE
12256 NW Hwy 441 386-418-4244
,---- ---- -|

Whispering Oaks

Apartments

ONE MONTH FREE
2, 3 and 4 Bedrooms
Starting at $579.00/Mo.
W/D hook-ups Pool
*Computer Room Fitness Center*
Walking Distance to School
Pets Welcome!

Call 904-368-0007


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1011A W.Pratt St., Starke.
Apply at 904-964-8073.
3BR/2BA DW mobile home
on 1 acre. Horses wel-
come. First, last and
security deposit. Open
on May 1st. $650/mo, call
904-368-1222.
HOTEL ROOMS FOR
RENT, weekly rates, no
frills rooms $60, rooms
with baths $130 & tax.
To see the rooms, go to
the Managers apartment
on Walnut Street, across
from Post Office at Mag-
nolia Hotel.
52
Animals and
Pets
LABRADOR PUPPIES, AKC
registered. 5 chocolate/
5 black. Born January
19th, 2009 and will soon
be ready for new home.
Puppies will have health
certificates and AKC pa-
pers. Will hold one for
$200 nonrefundable de-
posit. Chocolate $500/
Black $450,, call 850-
240-2151.
MANY DOGS & PUPPIES to
choose from. Small and
large, $25 donation. Call
904-964-2165 any time.
14YR OLD QUARTER
HORSE. Great with kids
and has current Coggins.
$1000firm. Call 352-235-
1503 or 904-364-6405.
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buythem at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many.
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
53A
Starke Yard
Sales
YARD, SALE, March 7th,
8am to lpm. Starke
KOA, 1475 S. Walnut St.
(301 South). You know
we have lots of goodies,
couch, camper hide-a-
bed, locks, crafts & lots of
household items. There
will be a food stand from
10am to 1pm.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
sale. March 6th & 7th.
Tools, household items,
etc. 6318 Bucknell Ave.,
follow signs from 100,.
Highridge.


YARD SALE, Fri., 3/6 & Sat.,
3/7, 8am to ? Closed an-
tique store merchandise,
furniture, trunks, table,
chairs, NASCAR collect-
ibles, decorated Easter
baskets/crafts, A/C room
unit, electronics, TV's, lit-
tle refrigerator; upholstery
material 4-wheeler, fifth
wheel & lots more. 1233
SR 230E (near Country
Club) watch for signs.
BARGAIN PRICES, tools,
kitchenware, furniture,
craft supplies, nearly new
clothing. Fri. & Sat., 504
W. Call Street.
SALE, FRI. & SAT. 8am to
4pm. Appliances, furniture
& tools. Men's, women's
and children's clothing in
all sizes, including some
plus. Quarter mile past
fireworks stand on right,
next to Harvest Christian
Church.
3 FAMILY SALE, Fri. & Sat.,
March 6th & 7th, 8am to
? New & used household
items, crafts & holiday
decorations and some
toys. 539 W. Pratt St.
YARD SALE, SAT. 8am to
? at Montford Paint &
Body, 301 S. Twin bed,
saddle, children's clothing
& household items.
MULTI FAMILY SALE, Sat.
8am to ? Baby items,
household goods & misc.
1020 E. Call St., Starke.
BIG YARD SALE, Sat. 3/7,
9am to ? No early birds
please. Years of accu-
mulation, a little bit of
everything. Canceled if
rain. Hampton Lake, 301
W. on CR 18, 1 mile from
301.
YARD SALE, Sat. 3/7, 7am
to 12pm. Locatt tSmith
Brothers Body Shop on N.
301. Come early Ju-
niors clothing sizes 0-3,
small tops, purses, shoes,
baby & toddler boys cloth-
ing (Gymboree & Old
Navy) sizes 6mo 2T
and shoes, sizes 2-5,
household items, (shower
curtains & bedspreads)
and children's toys.
THREE FAMILY YARD
SALE, Fri: & Sat., 9am
to 4pm, Worthington
Springs, SR 16 E. Good
clothes, women's, men's
& children's. Kitchen
ware, linens, cookbooks,
western books, lamps &
Stools.


3BR/2BA well maintained house, recently
updated; landscaped, 75' on the water,
screened patio, lighted dock w/dock house,
large storage sheda with 220 service.

$240,000

Crosby Lake
2 wooded lots on canal
$29,900 & $37,000


i^Enz~zsfr


* 2/1 Triplex w/lake access. $600/mo & security
* 1/1 Home on Brooklyn Lake $600/mo & security.
* 1/1 Cottage on Silver Lake $600/mo & security.
* 3/2 MH in Keystone. $725/mo & security.
* 2/1 Home w/garage on Lake Geneva. $825/mo &
security.
* Commercial Building on SR-21. $850/mo &
security.
* 2/2 home in Melrose w/Lake Santa Fe access $850/
mo & security. .
* 4/2.5 Home in Melrose. $950/mo & security.
* 4/3 Lake McMeekin. $1,100/mo & security.
S4/3 on Lake Santa Fe $1,200/mo & security.
* 3/2 Home on Little Orange Lake. $1250/mo &
security.
* 3/2 with Lake Jeffords access. $1,400/mo &
security.
* 4/2.5 w/Inground pool & garage $2,200/mo &
security.,
S5/3.5 on Lake McMeekin. $2,400/mo & security.
* Waterfront Log Cabin 3/2.5 on Cowpen Lake
$2,500/mo & security.
S6/4 Home on Lake Geneva $3,500/mo & security.


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55
Wanted
THE TWO BUCK HUNTING
club is taking new mem-
ber for the 09/10 hunt-
ing season. Over 5000
acres offering dog and
still hunting. 1st year's
dues $1000 and yearly
dues afterwards are $900.
Members will be screened
and voted on to ensure
quality membership. If
interested contact Glen at
352-745-0202 or David at
904-364-7347


57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop.
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588 for
more information.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.

COUCH AND LOVESEAT
brand new microfiber
suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty. Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice,
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
ACTIVATE DIRECT-TV
NOW and beat the price
increase that is coming in
mid-March. Call Western
Auto at 904-964-6841.
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL washers and dry-
ers, new type $95 and
up, each. Electric Stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointmentS, call 904-964-
8801.
ANTIQUE, SOFA, rolled
arms, 3 cushions. Rose-
wood, beige'linen. $300,
call 352-473-2452


Auctions
GIGANTIC 3-DAY
Auction March 11, 12,
13, 2009 Montgomery,
Alabama. (104) Single,
Tandem & Tri-Axle
Dumps, (2007-2008)
Mack, Truck Tractors,
Lowboys, (68) Crawler
Loaders & Tractors,.(54)
Excavators, (41) Motor
Graders & Scrapers,
(38) Backhoes, (27)
Rubber Tired Loaders,
Articulating Dumps.
Compactors Grinders,
Forklifts, Paving,
Skidders, Feller
Bunchers, Log Loaders,
Farm Tractors. J.M.
Wood Auction Co., Inc.
(334)264-3265. Bryant
Wood AL Lic# 1137.
Auto Donations
DONATE YOUR
VEHICLE RECEIVE
$1000 GROCERY
COUPON UNITED
BREAST CANCER


3 PIECE 40's BLONDE an-
tique set, bedroom suite.
$200, call 352-473-2452.
59
Personal
Services
LOCAL CLEANING SER-
VICE for home or office.
Free quotes. References


FOUNDATION Free
Mammograms, Breast
Cancer Info
www.ubcf.info FREE,
Towing, Tax Deductible,
Non -Runners
Accepted, (88846f8.
5964.
Building Supplies
METAL ROOFING:
40yr Warranty-Buy.
direct from
manufacturer 30/colors
in stock, wall
accessories. Quick turn
around. Delivery
available. Gulf Coast
Supply & Mfg,
(888)393-0335
www.GulfCoastSupply.
com
Business
Opportunities
100% RECESSION
PROOF! Do you earn
$800 in a day? .25
Local Machines and
Candy $9,995.


FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has' money to lend for
M.H..& land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
JERRY'SHAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning-or not! Will pick
up'8nywhere. $100 and
up.. Cal 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
65


are available. Call Sandy .., Help-Wanted
at 386-623-7741 or 38:'i- O'PENING.FOR ENERGET-
758-9046. IC front office reception-
PROFESSIONAL HORSE- ist/assistant (health care),
SHOEING services, 22 good at multi-tasking and
years experience, very teamwork. Must have or
reliable, relocated from learn telephone skills and
Oklahoma now servicing have a real desire to work
Florida. Call Jack Horsey with people. Entry level
for more information, 405- pay with increase after
326-1119. 90 days. Interviews begin
CLARK FOUNDATION RE- on 2/24/2009. Send short
PAIRS, INC. Correction resume to P.O. Box 1275,
of termite & water-dam- Starke FL, 32091 or e-
aged wood & sills. Level- mail: vabhj@embarqmail.
ing & raising Houses/ com.
Bldgs. Pier Replacement WAREHOUSE POSITION
& alignment. Free Esti- available, 40 hour mini-
mates: Danny (Buddy) mum per week. Gator II
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or Farm Supply).South of
1-800-288-0633. Starke on Hwy 301. HS


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Cars for Sale
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listings': Call (800)366-
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'Pc iCe iT mpunds for
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diploma required.
APARTMENT MAINTE-
NANCE, full-time. Apart-
ment available. Baldwin
Groves Apartments;'510
Duval Circle, Baldwin.
Apply in person. Call
904-266-4070, Fax 904-
266-1066.
BABY SITTER NEEDED,
afternoons and some
weekends in Starke. Call
904-964-7676 or 904-
536-1640 for more infor-
mation.
CLEANING LADY NEEDED.
Biweekly on Fridays. $10/
hr, must be experienced,
hardworking and honest
with references. Call 904-
964-2722.
LIVE IN CAREGIVER/com-
panion needed. Requires
light housekeeping, meal
preparation and experi-
ence providing total care
for disabled person with
Dementia. Room, board
& salary. 904-782-3301.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
now accepting applica-
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Account Clerk II
This is accounting
work involving a wide
range of duties in
support of the
College's system of
financial resources.
An employee in a
position allocated to
this class performs a
variety of accounting
activities involving one
or more areas such as
but not limited to
accounts payable,
petty cash, change
funds, receipt books,
reconciling bank
statements, financial
aid records
maintenance and
subsidiary ledger
maintenance. All
activities require
considerable attention
to detail ind a high
degree of accuracy.
High school graduate
plus three years of
business office
experience, one of
which is in non-
professional
accounting. A high
school equivalency
diploma from the
State Department of
Education may be
substituted for high
school graduation.
Computer literate.
Special consideration
will be given to
applicants with an
Associate Degree of
Certificate in a related
area.
Salary $21,612
Annually plus benefits.
Applications must be
received by
March 18, 2009.
Applications and full
position details are
available on.our
website at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
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Development
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Community College
149 SE College PI.
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.... Phone:
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Fax:
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Old Paper Any coins made before 1965.
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Keystone's Hedding

plays in all-star game
Keystone Heights High School's Justin Hedding was
selected to play in the third annual North Florida
Senior All-Star game, which was played at Patton
Park in Jacksonville Feb. 27. Players from schools in
Duval, St Johns, Clay, Columbia and Nassau counties
were selected to compete in the game. Hedding's
team won 3-2. Hedding was a five-year starter for
Keystone, where he played every position. He helped
lead the Indians to the Class 3A regional finals in
2007-08 as a goalie and scored 26 goals with six,
assists as a forward this past season.


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SOFTBALL

Keystone
records rout
in district
opener
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Becca Heavrin drove ip
three runs, including two on a
single in a six-run fourth
inning as the Keystone Heights
softball team opened District
6-3A play with a 12-1 win in
four-and-a-half innings over
visiting Crescent City Feb. 27.
The third and fourth innings
were big for the Indians (6-1
prior to March 3). Leading 2-0,
Keystone put two runners on
in the third when Chelsea
Harvin singled and Cortney
Casas walked. Tori Jolley hit a
single to score one run, while
an error scored two more. Kari
Minor scored on a passed ball
as the Indians went up 6-0.
Chandler Singletary got the
Keystone offense going in the
fourth when she doubled.
Singletary later .scored on a
single by Minor, while passed


balls allowed two more
runners to cross home plate.
An error scored Keystone's
10h run, while Heavrin capped
the scoring with a single that
scored Tiffany Wood and
Cecilie Shealy.
Heavrin finished the game 2-
for-3, as did Harvin, Jolley and
Singletary.
Harvin earned the win,
allowing two hits and striking
out .seven in four innings.
Wood pitched the last inning,
giving up one hit.
The Indians played district
opponent Union County this
past Tuesday and will travel to
play North Marion tonight,
March 5, at 7 p.m. On
Tuesday, March 10, Keystone
travels to play Fleming Island
at 4:30 p.m..

Earlier results:

Middleburg 6 KH 2
Back-to-back homers by
Casas and Jolley were not
enough to prevent the Indians
from losing 6-2 to host
Middleburg Feb. 24.
Middleburg hit three doubles
in the fourth inning, scoring
five runs en route to handing
the Indians their first loss of
the season.


The top of the fourth
featured the two solo home
runs by Casas and Jolley.

KH 10 N. Marion 3
Minor and Chelsea Cravey
drove in two runs each as
Keystone defeated visiting
North Marion 10-3 Feb. 26.
Minor, who was 2-for-3, and
Cravey each drove in a run in a
four-run first. Minor drove in a
run with a single, while Cravey
ground out to short to score a
run. An error and a single by
Casas scored two more runs.
Minor added another RBI
single in the fifth, while
Cravey drew a bases-loaded
walk to force a run home. The
inning also featured an RBI
single by Harvin as well as two
runs scoring on an error.
Harvin finished the game 2-
for-3, while Casas and
Singletary were each 2-for-4.
Jessica Knight picked up the
winning, pitching six innings
and allowing five hits. She
struck out seven. Wood
pitched the final inning,
allowing two hits.


It ain't over till it's over
Yogi Berra


SOFTBALL

Bradford
drops game
against
Suwannee
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Suwannee scored three runs
in the top 'of the sixth in
defeating the Bradford softball
team 4-2 in a District 3-4A
matchup March 2 in Starke.
Bradford (3-5, 2-3 in District
3 prior to March 4) squandered
an "' opportunity late with
runners on second and third
and one out. However, Kiki
Strong was caught off of third
when Tiffany O'Neal hit a
hard grounder back to the
pitcher. A pop-fly led to the
third out.
Kayla Tucker, who was 2-
for-3, scored both runs for the
Tornadoes, while Strong had
her second straight three-hit
/ game, going 3-for-3. O'Neal
had two doubles.
The Tornadoes played
district opponent Ridgeview


March 4 and will travel to
Glen St. Mary to play district
opponent Baker County
tonight, March 5, at 6 p.m.

Earlier results:

Ridgeview 13 BHS 3
The Tornadoes got just one
hit in a 13-3 loss to district
opponent Ridgeview .Feb. 24
in Starke.
It was just a 4-3 game
entering the fifth when
Ridgeview scored nine runs.
Bradford committed four
errors.

BHS 9 Middleburg 8
Jaren Revels scored 'the
game-winning run. on a passed
ball in the bottom of the sixth
as the Tornadoes defeated
district opponent Middleburg
9-8 Feb. 26 in Starke.
It was a back-and-forth
game that saw Bradford trail 6-
3 at one point and lead. 8-6
before the Broncos tied it at 8-
all in the top of the sixth.
Strong and Kimmy Barrett
each went 3-for-4 to help lead
the Tornadoes to the win,
while pitcher Stefanie Jones
picked up her third win.


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TIGERS
Continued from page 8B
traveled to Pierson to take on
Taylor again, getting four RBI
from Taylor Chastain in an 8-3
win.
Chastain had a double and a
triple, finishing 2-for-4.
Cason and Prevatt each had
an RBI, with Cason hitting a
double, while Dukes hit a
triple.
The Tigers took advantage
of eight walks given up by
Taylor.
Vaughn, a senior who was
pitching his first game since
the ninth grade, and Davis
combined to throw a no-hitter.
Each pitcher threw three
innings, with starter Vaughn
getting the win.
The Tigers opened the
regular season with losses to
Santa Fe (12-6), Taylor
County (7-4) and Williston
(11-2).
Union played district
opponent Crescent City this
past Tuesday and will travel to
play district opponent
Keystone Heights Friday,
March 6, at 7 p.m. On
Tuesday, March 10, the Tigers
travel to play Baldwin at 6
p.m.


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